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#189890
Silent Minority

Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Guardian poll had Brexit party leading by 4%...liberals down to fourth.

Sadly...I'm off to work
 
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#189913
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Am I right in thinking that maybe, regardless of the leaders and the (non) policies, if another political party is established and does well, it could benefit us all in the long run, because we will have more choice and the parties will have more competition?
 
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#189924
Silent Minority

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
Am I right in thinking that maybe, regardless of the leaders and the (non) policies, if another political party is established and does well, it could benefit us all in the long run, because we will have more choice and the parties will have more competition?

Politicians only ever look after themselves long term...

We have a complex electoral system,in reality any new party scoring more than a few percent of the vote will often gain nothing themselves...but will radically alter how well the two former big parties can form a government.

Many uninformed remainers for example blame Cameron for calling the 2016 referendum... because of the rise of UKIP he had no choice...they were polling over 20% before he announced the referendum...they slipped afterwards,then disappeared.

Move on 2 years...and the new Brexit party,on just over 20% could be the next minority government on current polling...and that is from the Guardian newspaper...hardly my biased opinion.

You mess with democracy at your peril Honey...and my constant warning on here had been that to do so will open the way to extremes....I think that has dawned on a few on here recently..and I'm not popular for mentioning it..

Fast forward to the past...wasn't this board more fun before it got taken over by political threads?

A good evening,and thanks for your usual quality a d polite contributions.
 
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#189925
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
There's something of the Uriah Heep about your posts these days, SM.
 
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#189928
Silent Minority

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
There's something of the Uriah Heep about your posts these days, SM.

More like the bored of politics Doctor King...please let's move on...and yes...politics does bring out the worst in me...and possibly most of us.

A good evening Sir
 
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#189930
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
There's something of the Uriah Heep about your posts these days, SM.

I do understand what he means, though, Mr King. We seem to be a bit short on lightheartedness, and I am so sick of brexit I could scream.
 
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#189932
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
And do have a lovely dinner Mr Copperfield.
 
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#189933
Barney

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Silent Minority wrote:
Many blame Cameron for calling the 2016 referendum... because of the rise of UKIP he had no choice...they were polling over 20% before he announced the referendum...they slipped afterwards,then disappeared

Just like the Brexit Party will


Polls have shown their serious error capacity

Farage is irrelevant - as 5 failed efforts to become an MP have shown

His lifestyle/office/accommodation etc. point directly to funders - with an agenda


Transparency isn't his forte...either...



 
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#189934
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Uriah Heep frightened me when I was a child.
I think it was because of his insincerity.
Even now, masks, heavy make-up, and especially clowns, give me the creeps because the face doesn't match the actions.

This is why I dont mind Trump. At least you know where you are with him.
 
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#189937
Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
You were right to be frightened by Heep, Honey; Charles Dickens was so brilliant, spotting the truth behind all the masks.
 
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#189938
Silent Minority

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
You were right to be frightened by Heep, Honey; Charles Dickens was so brilliant, spotting the truth behind all the masks.

Totally irrelevant fact...a good friend of mine owns Bleak House...I believe she tried to sell it recently...Broadstairs has a small claim to adding to the Dickensian legacy.
 
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#190129
Barney

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Silent Minority wrote:
the new Brexit party,on just over 20% could be the next minority government on current polling...and that is from the Guardian newspaper...hardly my biased opinion

Well - the polls, Guardian, Ladbrokes got it badly wrong!

And you SM. Parties with no policies or manifesto are hard to elect.


This Party was just a flag in the pan - but succeeded in conning many.

Into thinking it had a future...


 
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#190145
Green Man

Re:Brexit party head General Election poll 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Barney wrote:
Silent Minority wrote:
the new Brexit party,on just over 20% could be the next minority government on current polling...and that is from the Guardian newspaper...hardly my biased opinion

Well - the polls, Guardian, Ladbrokes got it badly wrong!

And you SM. Parties with no policies or manifesto are hard to elect.


This Party was just a flag in the pan - but succeeded in conning many.

Into thinking it had a future...




Politics is like the FA Cup - anything can happen.

Polls said there be no 'Leave' vote and No Trump.
 
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