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Question: How will you vote on December 12th 2019
Conservative - 19 (33.9%)
Labour - 12 (21.4%)
SNP - 2 (3.6%)
Lib Dem - 8 (14.3%)
Brexit - 1 (1.8%)
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« Reply #9825 on: June 09, 2017, 01:42:34 PM »

Who does Corbyn bring into hs shadow cabinet to beef it up? 

I think Ged Killen might get the role as Shawdow Scottish secretary.

I think Chukka comes back in and from her speech it looks like Yvette Cooper wants to be involved. 

And what about the Tories?  Rumours of Gove back in the cabinet, surely he can't be trusted?
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« Reply #9826 on: June 09, 2017, 01:47:39 PM »

Let's call what it is, this is bad for the country. A damaged prime minister propped by a bunch of loonies going into negotiations with the EU for the future of the country. We are absolutely worse off short term than a Tory landslide, if you look at things from any sensible political view.

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« Reply #9827 on: June 09, 2017, 01:48:19 PM »

Shit got to work early tomorrow, wish I could stay up  Cry

What's work?  Is that what people do with pension pots?  Grin

It's either a pension pot or be a gambler and worry about a pot to piss in  Grin

haha send us a picture tomorrow from work at 8am to the 'where are you now' thread when Corbs has won by a majority with a big smile on your face!

I might go and be a suicide bomber at his next rally if he does!  

I missed this post.

What a dreadful human being you really are. You should be ashamed of yourself.

Bullshit, You just need a sense of humour...
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« Reply #9828 on: June 09, 2017, 01:48:56 PM »

Why are labour people getting so excited about losing an election? Roll Eyes

The fistpumping is quite endearing.  It's like when your team go down 0-1 away to Chelsea.  Good effort lads.

I expect it from Woodsey, but I'm surprised you are being so naive DB.

LAB + LD + SNP + PC + Green = about 55% of the electorate.

Under a proper electoral system, Corbyn would be having sitting down for a  nice lunch with Her Maj about now.

The Tory/Unionist coupling cannot last. We'll back at the ballots in the Autumn and Labour will win an outright majority.
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If you are pinning your hopes on a 5 way coalition I'd say you are still desperate.  We shall see what happens in the future but ultimately Labour lost again.  Just not as bad as expected.  You are getting carried away.

Mate, you are in the same place I was after the Brexit vote. Denial.

Just like me and all the other REMOANERS (haha, that was a really funny joke) had to accept it and get on with it, you'll have to as well.

Took me about 9 months. But I'm a sad, stubborn bastard. Sure you'll get there in a few weeks.

Looks like I get shafted twice then as a remainer myself.
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« Reply #9829 on: June 09, 2017, 01:56:30 PM »

Shit got to work early tomorrow, wish I could stay up  Cry

What's work?  Is that what people do with pension pots?  Grin

It's either a pension pot or be a gambler and worry about a pot to piss in  Grin

haha send us a picture tomorrow from work at 8am to the 'where are you now' thread when Corbs has won by a majority with a big smile on your face!

I might go and be a suicide bomber at his next rally if he does!  

I missed this post.

What a dreadful human being you really are. You should be ashamed of yourself.

Bullshit, You just need a sense of humour...


where are we going to deport you?
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« Reply #9830 on: June 09, 2017, 01:58:40 PM »

Good day for the pension woodsey.  FTSE up 45 spots already.  Dollar down to 1.27.  Fuck the haters.
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« Reply #9831 on: June 09, 2017, 02:00:01 PM »

Shit got to work early tomorrow, wish I could stay up  Cry

What's work?  Is that what people do with pension pots?  Grin

It's either a pension pot or be a gambler and worry about a pot to piss in  Grin

haha send us a picture tomorrow from work at 8am to the 'where are you now' thread when Corbs has won by a majority with a big smile on your face!

I might go and be a suicide bomber at his next rally if he does!  

I missed this post.

What a dreadful human being you really are. You should be ashamed of yourself.

Bullshit, You just need a sense of humour...

where are we going to deport you?

Dunno, I'm open to suggestions?
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« Reply #9832 on: June 09, 2017, 02:00:12 PM »

Let's call what it is, this is bad for the country. A damaged prime minister propped by a bunch of loonies going into negotiations with the EU for the future of the country. We are absolutely worse off short term than a Tory landslide, if you look at things from any sensible political view.



It depends how you look at it.  I think a May or Corbyn majority would have been pretty disastrous.   May now has to rely on the support of moderates in her own party, so she can't carry on lurching to the right anymore.  Though I think we were facing an election where we ended up with a bag of shit whatever happened.  Even if May resigned, the odds suggested the alternatives were Boris Johnson or David Davis.  
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« Reply #9833 on: June 09, 2017, 02:02:55 PM »

Good day for the pension woodsey.  FTSE up 45 spots already.  Dollar down to 1.27.  Fuck the haters.

The awful truth is I would  probably make more money if labour got in, still couldnt pull the trigger on that one though  talktothehand
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« Reply #9834 on: June 09, 2017, 02:04:48 PM »

Let's call what it is, this is bad for the country. A damaged prime minister propped by a bunch of loonies going into negotiations with the EU for the future of the country. We are absolutely worse off short term than a Tory landslide, if you look at things from any sensible political view.



It depends how you look at it.  I think a May or Corbyn majority would have been pretty disastrous.   May now has to rely on the support of moderates in her own party, so she can't carry on lurching to the right anymore.  Though I think we were facing an election where we ended up with a bag of shit whatever happened.  Even if May resigned, the odds suggested the alternatives were Boris Johnson or David Davis.  

which election was this referencing 
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« Reply #9835 on: June 09, 2017, 02:08:47 PM »

Retweeted Jon Snow (@jonsnowC4):
One of the most extreme political entities in the British Isles, the 8 MPs of the DUP, is to wag the tail of Mrs May's minority Government
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« Reply #9836 on: June 09, 2017, 02:16:20 PM »

Retweeted Jon Snow (@jonsnowC4):
One of the most extreme political entities in the British Isles, the 8 MPs of the DUP, is to wag the tail of Mrs May's minority Government

He knows nothing
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« Reply #9837 on: June 09, 2017, 02:22:22 PM »

Retweeted Jon Snow (@jonsnowC4):
One of the most extreme political entities in the British Isles, the 8 MPs of the DUP, is to wag the tail of Mrs May's minority Government

He knows nothing

Prepared to be enlightened, just saying he knows nothing hardly adds to the debate.
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« Reply #9838 on: June 09, 2017, 02:24:34 PM »

Retweeted Jon Snow (@jonsnowC4):
One of the most extreme political entities in the British Isles, the 8 MPs of the DUP, is to wag the tail of Mrs May's minority Government

He knows nothing

Prepared to be enlightened, just saying he knows nothing hardly adds to the debate.
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Prepare to be enlightened.....it's a Game of Thrones reference
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« Reply #9839 on: June 09, 2017, 02:35:11 PM »

Who does Corbyn bring into hs shadow cabinet to beef it up? 

I think Ged Killen might get the role as Shawdow Scottish secretary.

I think Chukka comes back in and from her speech it looks like Yvette Cooper wants to be involved. 

And what about the Tories?  Rumours of Gove back in the cabinet, surely he can't be trusted?

Diane moves to less stressful position. Shadown Leader of the House maybe? Yvette takes home office.

Put Chukka in the shadow Brexit team.

Stella Creasy should definitely get a job, something to do with press regulation maybe?
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