Possible General Election - Where Does Your Vote Go...

Discussion in 'Speakers Corner' started by Exige, Mar 31, 2019.

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  1. Conservative

    19 vote(s)
    20.7%
  2. Labour

    4 vote(s)
    4.3%
  3. Lib Dems

    6 vote(s)
    6.5%
  4. UKIP

    4 vote(s)
    4.3%
  5. Brexit Party

    39 vote(s)
    42.4%
  6. Green Party

    2 vote(s)
    2.2%
  7. Renew

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. The Democrats

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Any Other Party / Independant

    9 vote(s)
    9.8%
  10. Won't be voting

    9 vote(s)
    9.8%
  1. If announced next week :bucktooth:
     
    #1 Exige, Mar 31, 2019
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  2. there wont be a GE.in the next year.
     
  3. Tricky one. My main fear is that there will be a shift of tory voters (but not enough) thus letting Corbyn and co in through the back door.... Jeezus :scream::scream::scream::scream:
     
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  4. Aren't you going to include a column for Chukas Independant Tinge Spare Change Flipflop Popular Front? They are the fourth largest party!
     
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  5. That's why there was an IF :bucktooth:
     
  6. Isn't that 'Renew' ? I took the list directly from a National bookies web sites :thinkingface:
     
  7. Chukka's been deposed, Hiedi Allen is now their temporary leader, I wondered why he had been quiet the last few days
     
    #7 noobie, Mar 31, 2019
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  8. Heidi's (not Chuka's) party is "Change UK" (or if you are a gin-sodden Anna Soubry, "Change Org").

    Why isn't the SDP listed?

    Edit: Thanks, noob
     
  9. Who's Renew then :thinkingface:
     
  10. Dunno. Let me know when you find out.

    So, SDP? Why aren't they listed?
     
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  11. Heidi is caretaker leader

    From the Telegraph:
    "Heidi Allen, the MP for South Cambridgeshire, has been appointed to become Interim Leader of the new party for the purposes of Electoral Commission (EC) registration until the election of a permanent leader at an inaugural conference in September, when the main launch of the new party will take place."

    In separate news it appears Change.org are planning to sue them for the use of their name "Change".
     
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  12. It won't let me amend the list :eyes:
     
  13. The SDP is doomed.

    Thanks, Elise. Thanks a lot.
     
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  14. No
     
  15. and that is why i sad WONT be another GE.
    the reason there wont be one is because of momentum.. not the fringe group, but the momentum of the Gov in scotland, hold a GE now, labour will lose all but one MP and the torys will lose 4-8 MPs up here. good by cash cow.
     
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  16. The last polls I saw on Scotland voting intention wer
    SNP 51%
    Tory 24%
    Lab 23%
    1% were in favor of something else!

    If those votes were to land well for the SNP I think Finm is right and they could sweep the election. They will then have to convert this into an Indy Ref2 win. Failiure to achieve it will be hard for the current leaders to survive - the party would continue -probably sucessfully- but the direction/ priorities would change.
     
  17. Post moved to the Multistrada Forum.

    ; o )
     
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  18. i think that polling is based on a pretty low sub sample, i think its nearer 40% but in a FPTP election thats all you need.
     
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  19. You might be right on both points. It was Ipsos MORI.
     
  20. I dont see an election soon, no party or person could sort this mess out so whats the point in changing anything until its settled, whatever that means

    But if there was and corbyn won I would be seriously worried
     
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