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TOPIC: General Election
#160790
hedda

General Election 7 Months, 1 Week ago  
I predict the rise of a re-newed Liberal Democrats (having been sufficiently punished for their previous courtship with the Tories) and a loss of many Tory seats.

Writing off Labour is premature. Internal Labour polling gives a far different picture than those of current polls.

There could be a Coalition government.
 
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#160796
andrew

Re:General Election 7 Months, 1 Week ago  
hedda wrote:
I predict the rise of a re-newed Liberal Democrats (having been sufficiently punished for their previous courtship with the Tories) and a loss of many Tory seats.

Writing off Labour is premature. Internal Labour polling gives a far different picture than those of current polls.

There could be a Coalition government.


If there was there it be Lib Dems and Tories again.

ITK is very quiet.
 
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#160798
Jo

Re:General Election 7 Months, 1 Week ago  
The Lib Dems are claiming on their Facebook page that more than 500 people joined the party in 20 minutes.
www.facebook.com/libdems/

Labour Against Brexit have posted a message urging people to vote Labour, attracting comments on the same theme (e.g. Not while Corbyn supports Brexit, Will Labour halt Brexit?, While they are being whipped to support brexit, I'm not supporting labour candidates, I would love to support labour but I cannot while the party's leader is pro-Brexit and whips his MPs to support Brexit, Not while Jeremy corbyn is its leader. His lack of leadership during Brexit was unforgivable, No, that's a disaster.
I'm voting Liberal Democrat, Sorry. Can't do it with Corbyn as leader. Going to have to vote lib Dems and hope for a hung parliament)
www.facebook.com/LabourMembersAgainstBrexit/

If there is a coalition government, I wonder what combination is more likely. If I remember correctly, Jeremy Corbyn told Andrew Marr some time ago (I think it was the Liverpool conference interview) that he wasn't interested in even a left-wing coalition.
 
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