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 31 
 on: Today at 10:35:27 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by redsimon
At a time when the Labour Party is imploding and more moderate Labour votes will be looking for a home, you would expect the Lib Dems to be picking up significant support. After all, where else could this group of voters go?

I watched Tim Farron last night and saw why that's not going to happen.

Don't think he could answer the question when it was put to him that his call for another referendum at the end of negotiations would mean the EU would just be incentivised to give us a poor deal.

Bit of a joke.


oh i completely disagree (well almost completely, farron clearly isn't a clegg)

LD membership is through the roof (87000 now), local results showing a lot of gains

think the next few years are very interesting for them especially if a) no brexit deal and b) corbyn stays to 2020

(full disclosure, i joined the lib dems a few months ago, natural home for a "leftish/wet" conservative remainer)

In the 2015 General Election, the Lib Dems polled 7.9% of the vote.

Here is the latest polling you posted in last couple of days :


GfK:

CON 41
LAB 28
LD 7
UKIP 12
GRN 6
SNP 5

1st-15th March
N=1,938

Even taking UK Polling Report stats, you see Lib Dems flat lining at around 10%.

Hardly a big upswing in national support, when you would expect the combination of Labour imploding and pro-EU voters should be flocking to them.


Imagine most Lib Dem gains in next GE will be in those marginal seats where they run close behind Cons and/or Labour in 2015, i.e don't need a massive uptick nationally to double their presence in HoC?

 32 
 on: Today at 10:34:01 AM 
Started by tikay - Last post by DaveShoelace
Hope the spam is ok (given the thread started by Tikay kindly spamming me I assume all is ok with this un)

Interviewed Matt Savage about this event

https://www.pokerstrategy.com/news/world-of-poker/100391/

It's remarkable how many people are trying to find loopholes in this event rather than just try see if they like playing without tech for a day or two

 33 
 on: Today at 10:33:51 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
At a time when the Labour Party is imploding and more moderate Labour votes will be looking for a home, you would expect the Lib Dems to be picking up significant support. After all, where else could this group of voters go?

I watched Tim Farron last night and saw why that's not going to happen.

Don't think he could answer the question when it was put to him that his call for another referendum at the end of negotiations would mean the EU would just be incentivised to give us a poor deal.

Bit of a joke.


oh i completely disagree (well almost completely, farron clearly isn't a clegg)

LD membership is through the roof (87000 now), local results showing a lot of gains

think the next few years are very interesting for them especially if a) no brexit deal and b) corbyn stays to 2020

(full disclosure, i joined the lib dems a few months ago, natural home for a "leftish/wet" conservative remainer)

In the 2015 General Election, the Lib Dems polled 7.9% of the vote.

Here is the latest polling you posted in last couple of days :


GfK:

CON 41
LAB 28
LD 7
UKIP 12
GRN 6
SNP 5

1st-15th March
N=1,938

Even taking UK Polling Report stats, you see Lib Dems flat lining at around 10%.

Hardly a big upswing in national support, when you would expect the combination of Labour imploding and pro-EU voters should be flocking to them.


yes we have discussed this before on here. the national polling: dial barely moving. local elections: big gains since Brexit (and in 4 out of 5 by elections for westminster reasonable increases in vote shares)

no easy answer from me,i have to say!




 34 
 on: Today at 10:32:52 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by SuuPRlim
Was intending to lay PW for this game and really fancied it.

 35 
 on: Today at 10:31:54 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by SuuPRlim
Ahh I see now, yeh thats pretty strange, just giving him a 7-0 win also seems like a bit of a joke, surely a 7-5 win would be fairer, you get a gtd 2points but dont gain on the legs advantage, if someone misses out to peter wright because of +2 leg difference they would be justifiably pretty miffed.

Agree exhibition with Peter Wright the way to go, maybe vs Wayne Mardle or something? Just a bit of fun for guys forking out £100 for a ticket.

 36 
 on: Today at 10:31:37 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by RickBFA
At a time when the Labour Party is imploding and more moderate Labour votes will be looking for a home, you would expect the Lib Dems to be picking up significant support. After all, where else could this group of voters go?

I watched Tim Farron last night and saw why that's not going to happen.

Don't think he could answer the question when it was put to him that his call for another referendum at the end of negotiations would mean the EU would just be incentivised to give us a poor deal.

Bit of a joke.


oh i completely disagree (well almost completely, farron clearly isn't a clegg)

LD membership is through the roof (87000 now), local results showing a lot of gains

think the next few years are very interesting for them especially if a) no brexit deal and b) corbyn stays to 2020

(full disclosure, i joined the lib dems a few months ago, natural home for a "leftish/wet" conservative remainer)

In the 2015 General Election, the Lib Dems polled 7.9% of the vote.

Here is the latest polling you posted in last couple of days :


GfK:

CON 41
LAB 28
LD 7
UKIP 12
GRN 6
SNP 5

1st-15th March
N=1,938

Even taking UK Polling Report stats, you see Lib Dems flat lining at around 10%.

Hardly a big upswing in national support, when you would expect the combination of Labour imploding and pro-EU voters should be flocking to them.

 37 
 on: Today at 10:25:37 AM 
Started by xeelee - Last post by redsimon


There aren't many on. Wonder if the copyright holders got them removed?

 38 
 on: Today at 10:24:16 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Horneris
As its the final week and no one can play twice, Peter Wright will be awarded a 7-0 win. Seems poor they can't organise some sort of exhibition match with Wright involved, he is very much the draw these days and lodsa ppl I know are going in PW fancy dress

 39 
 on: Today at 10:23:32 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Horneris
Has something happened with the Wright/Huybrechts game tonight? I'd had a decent bet matched on bf ex but the market no longer there?

Huybrechts has pulled out as his mother is on deaths door  Cry

 40 
 on: Today at 10:17:34 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
Article 50 letter: pain and puzzlement among European newspapers

From Le Monde to El País, EU papers predict difficult talks ahead, especially if Britain resorts to security ‘blackmail’

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/mar/30/article-50-letter-pain-and-puzzlement-among-european-newspapers?CMP=twt_gu

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