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TOPIC: Corbyn Nous
#193376
Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Blue Boy wrote:
Barney wrote:
Recent history has shown that polls are barely an indication of what's to happen,

I think 'all bets are off' - is an apt forecast for the election, with a coalition government the most likely outcome.



Polls only indicate the current preferences of voters and based on current polls the Conservatives will win a majority.

The caveat to the above is that the election is in six weeks and events between now and then may change people's opinions. Conservatives are firm favourites with the Bookies. Favourites are such because they usually win but not always and in this race there are lots of unknowns yet to be uncovered.


Bookies dont like paying out also.
 
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Blue Boy

Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Corbyn was trailing badly in the 2017 election.
Yes but just like a newly appointed football manager can achieve some good results for a failing team it doesn't always last. He might do it again but last time the labour and conservative Brexit policies were the same and he could focus on traditional issues. This time he is going it behind in the polls with a confusing Brxit policy


This whole exercise is looking at yet another hung parliament that will answer NOTHING.

If it is a hung Parliament then the only way forward will be a new referendum just on the Bexit question and things will be settled that way. It won't be easy as there will be more bickering
 
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Green Man

Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
steveimp wrote:
Blue Boy wrote:
This is the wishful thinking of a Corbyn fan and not based on any facts. All polls have shown that the % gap between Conservatives and Labour have been steadily increasing over the last month. Corbyn only agreed to an election because his arguments were becoming so lame and he was increasingly seen to be weak by not doing anything positive.

The election race starts now and latest odds from Bookmakers on who’ll get the most seats is Conservative - 1/8,
Labour - 13/2 and Lib Dems - 20/1. If Corbyn was the strategic genius he would not be trailing by so much.

Although the Conservatives are being predicted to win the election there will be lots of opportunities for them to mess things up before election day. Corbyn could still do something special and win a majority but to say he has been a strategic genius up to now is not supported by the current opinion polls.


Corbyn was trailing badly in the 2017 election.

This whole exercise is looking at yet another hung parliament that will answer NOTHING.


If I was you just move to Canada.
 
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#193381
Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Blue Boy wrote:
Corbyn was trailing badly in the 2017 election.
Yes but just like a newly appointed football manager can achieve some good results for a failing team it doesn't always last. He might do it again but last time the labour and conservative Brexit policies were the same and he could focus on traditional issues. This time he is going it behind in the polls with a confusing Brxit policy


This whole exercise is looking at yet another hung parliament that will answer NOTHING.

If it is a hung Parliament then the only way forward will be a new referendum just on the Bexit question and things will be settled that way. It won't be easy as there will be more bickering


All Corbyn needs to do is focus on NHS I think. It's Boris's main sore point. Plus the fact that Bo Jo simply cannot be trusted.
 
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Blue Boy

Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:

If I was you just move to Canada.[/quote]

If that is the level of intellectual debate and insight on this forum I don't think I'll have to go as far as Canada to find somewhere more interesting. Goodbye.
 
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Green Man

Re:Corbyn Nous 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Blue Boy wrote:
Green Man wrote:

If I was you just move to Canada.


If that is the level of intellectual debate and insight on this forum I don't think I'll have to go as far as Canada to find somewhere more interesting. Goodbye.[/quote]

Sense of irony missed I see.
 
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