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Post #471601  Posted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:13 pm 

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There was an overlap but now he is the MP for Uxbridge, and indeed a cabinet minister. In case you don't know Uxbridge is in West London in the Borough of Hillingdon. It's where Brunel University is.

EDIT: I just looked it up. The seat's formal name is Uxbridge and South Ruislip.

Thanks. I know where Uxbridge is, I know London pretty well tbf. A safe seati take it?

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Dimbleby taking the piss out of the welsh there.


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Don't know what to make of the Newcastle and Sunderland results. But not good enough to make that exit poll come true. Still think it will be a Tory majority plus DUP.

It's the *%^@*** hope that kills.


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That pollster guy is giving me the jitters.

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It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland and taking seats off the SNP in Scotland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Getting depressed again.

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That pollster guy is giving me the jitters.

:laughing7: he could have cleaned up a bit.


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It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Not gonna happen Daz. Stop tormenting yourself.


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It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland and taking seats off the SNP in Scotland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Getting depressed again.

Tell me what to think, Darren.

Calm down, it's 2 nil.

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Post #471609  Posted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:28 pm 

Wasn't the exit poll two years ago wrong? I thought it suggested a hung parliament and the Tories got an overall majority. I'm simply not sure how trustworthy they are. My own guess is that the Tories will have a slim overall majority, although it is a guess. I think the probable collapse in the UKIP vote is more likely to benefit the Tories than Labour.

But I stand by my earlier post. May's rather ruthless Party (towards getting rid of leaders it sees as an electoral liability) will see to it that this will be the one and only general election in which she'll be its leader. My guess is she'll be 'persuaded' to resign at some point before the next election and be formally applauded for being a fine Party leader while she was in charge, even though in reality she'll be forced out.


  
 
 
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Daz wrote:
It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland and taking seats off the SNP in Scotland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Getting depressed again.

Tell me what to think, Darren.


I'm not Darren however I'll suggest the polls wrong. It just doesn't make sense. I can't see how labour can pick up that volume of seats.


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That pollster guy is giving me the jitters.

:laughing7: he could have cleaned up a bit.

He's rambling away not making any sense.

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Can't make my mind up on that one in the red dress. Close ups are a bit underwhelming.


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Pritti Patel shouting her mouth off about may, her views are loathsome but she'd properly get it though.


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The carrier pigeon just arrived in Australia and I hear we're signing a bloke named Thierry Henry.


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Noticed this from twitter..."The most disappointing thing about the UK election is there wasn't even a hint of Russian interference. It's like we don't matter at all."
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Daz wrote:
It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland and taking seats off the SNP in Scotland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Getting depressed again.

Tell me what to think, Darren.

This is *%^@*** bonkers. Btw, I'm onto a second bottle of wine so haven't a clue what's going on apart from people being on stage in Wrexham. I think this is all good though!

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Pritti Patel shouting her mouth off about may, her views are loathsome but she'd properly get it though.

She is lovely to look at but what a *%^@. I have a soft crush on Sophie Raworth, Mishal Hussain and even Kuensberg. She would be a cruel mistress

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Bayern Munich prepared to make Alexis Sanchez their highest paid-player with £350,000-a-week offer

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/bayern-munich-prepared-make-alexis-10587172

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Given your track record for getting every prediction totally wrong



Ha ha says the man who must be smarting a bit after his orange man crush took a bit of a hit today.

:laughing7: IF ...you are referring to the Comey testimony I couldn't give a toss , the way I see it Americans are a braindead race of people hell bent on starting World War 3 .

It doesn't matter who is in charge they would still walz around meddling in other countries affairs because they have the military muscle .


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TOP GUN wrote:
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It's all over the *%^@*** shop. Swing to the Tories in Sunderland and taking seats off the SNP in Scotland. Where are Labour doing well enough to pick up 30 odd seats?????

Getting depressed again.

Tell me what to think, Darren.


I'm not Darren however I'll suggest the polls wrong. It just doesn't make sense. I can't see how labour can pick up that volume of seats.



After Brexit and Trump how can it be a surprise. Many probably just voting for the one that's not currently in power.


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Noticed this from twitter..."The most disappointing thing about the UK election is there wasn't even a hint of Russian interference. It's like we don't matter at all."
:1laughter:


Give it time I'm sure CNN can cook up something .

:laughing7: Kurt unpacking his gear , he's like a ***^%$$ strangler fig..... he's taking over the house

..... two leaf blowers , two weed eaters , a chain saw , three sack trolleys , two LARGE motorbikes , his ute , car , four huge tool chests , two double beds , two fridges , a water blaster , weightlifting gear , two sets of golf clubs he's got more tools , drop saws , skil saws , power drills , battery drills , grinders than Bunnings , six spades , axes , picks , three pushbikes , two TV's .


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kiwipete wrote:
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Noticed this from twitter..."The most disappointing thing about the UK election is there wasn't even a hint of Russian interference. It's like we don't matter at all."
:1laughter:


Give it time I'm sure CNN can cook up something .

:laughing7: Kurt unpacking his gear , he's like a ***^%$$ strangler fig..... he's taking over the house

..... two leaf blowers , two weed eaters , a chain saw , three sack trolleys , two LARGE motorbikes , his ute , car , four huge tool chests , two double beds , two fridges , a water blaster , weightlifting gear , two sets of golf clubs he's got more tools , drop saws , skil saws , power drills , battery drills , grinders than Bunnings , six spades , axes , picks , three pushbikes , two TV's .



Welcome home son. :laughing7:


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Didn't realize Gibbs is 27! I keep seeing him as this 19yo breaking into the squad. 15mil is too high for him? In this day and age? I don't think so. He's a fine LB. Not Arsenal or top 4 quality but a very decent, solid LB.

http://www.sportsmole.co.uk/football/ar ... 99998.html

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Everyone is trying to raid Monaco the same way Leicester got was being raided. I like Sidibe, but I hear Man Utd are also after him. He can play both full back positions as well.

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So does that mean the UK has to negotiate Brexit with itself and Europe? Maybe a Brentrance is on the cards.


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Ha ha says the man who must be smarting a bit after his orange man crush took a bit of a hit today.

:laughing7: IF ...you are referring to the Comey testimony I couldn't give a toss , the way I see it Americans are a braindead race of people hell bent on starting World War 3 .

It doesn't matter who is in charge they would still walz around meddling in other countries affairs because they have the military muscle .

One thing I've learned down the years is it does matter. The cynical policies that Clinton would probably enacted, or even good-ol'-boy Republicans, would have been vastly better than the chaos this orange dipshit is unleashing, mostly it appears, out of sheer ignorance. Apart from everything else, he's *%^@** up Nato and the GCC is record time. What a tool!

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Morning all

Hahahahahahahahahahaba hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha


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So, possible hung parliament or whatever the term is from what I can tell from the news. Interesting times we are in.

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Morning all

Hahahahahahahahahahaba hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha

Strong and stable indeed.

Brexit just got even more complicated. There might be a more realistic debate on it now though.

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Crickey. Where are those last four seats? Presumably in the deep hick country somewhere?

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Crickey. Where are those last four seats? Presumably in the deep hick country somewhere?


Recounts I suspect. In one seat the tellers have been sent home 'cos so knackered. In one Scottish consitutency the Tories clung on with a majority of 2.

They are just utterly mental results all round. The Scots didn't save anybody except Theresa May.

I was certainly wrong that Corbyn's dodgy national security record would undo him - it seems that austerity a much bigger issue especially for young whose turnout obviously pivotal long may it last. Direction of travel all important but we won't see any of the manifesto in a action because...sorry to be a buzz breaker here...Labour still lost by quite some margin.


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dec wrote:
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Morning all

Hahahahahahahahahahaba hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha

Strong and stable indeed.

Brexit just got even more complicated. There might be a more realistic debate on it now though.


The debate might be realistic but it's pretty worrying that DUP have so much power now...


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The effect of Sinn Fein?
http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/ju ... parliament

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SF have won 7 seats. Importantly for the W'Minster dynamic, the other nationalist party, the SDLP, who are supporters of Labour of most issues have been wiped out and lost all of their 3 seats - including John Hume's seat of Foyle - surely the death knell for them as they are irrelevant now in the North of Ireland.

DUP power is worrying and frankly the Conservative Party should be condemned for getting into bed with a party that is based on religious fundamentalism and whose worldview is out of step with the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. The only benefits I can see from this arrangement are - softer border than May's hard brexit; more dinero for the North possible only for it to be squandered by the DUPPERS who have their hand in the till as evidenced by a number of recent scandals relating to them that largely caused power sharing here to be suspended, possibly permanently.

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Crickey. Where are those last four seats? Presumably in the deep hick country somewhere?


Recounts I suspect. In one seat the tellers have been sent home 'cos so knackered. In one Scottish consitutency the Tories clung on with a majority of 2.

They are just utterly mental results all round. The Scots didn't save anybody except Theresa May.

I was certainly wrong that Corbyn's dodgy national security record would undo him - it seems that austerity a much bigger issue especially for young whose turnout obviously pivotal long may it last. Direction of travel all important but we won't see any of the manifesto in a action because...sorry to be a buzz breaker here...Labour still lost by quite some margin.

I don't think anyone was expecting Labour to actually win, that that isn't much of a wet blanket. The Tories will self-destruct now, I feel.

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DUP power is worrying and frankly the Conservative Party should be condemned for getting into bed with a party that is based on religious fundamentalism and whose worldview is out of step with the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Agreed Niall but I reckon there will be more than just a few quid. Plenty of money heading your way I reckon, the DUP will milk this for every penny. This is very dangerous for the North, how arsed will the DUP be to get the power sharing executive up and running when they can play Billy Big Bollix in London?


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May has some neck hanging around after that result.


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Decaf wrote:
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Recounts I suspect. In one seat the tellers have been sent home 'cos so knackered. In one Scottish consitutency the Tories clung on with a majority of 2.

They are just utterly mental results all round. The Scots didn't save anybody except Theresa May.

I was certainly wrong that Corbyn's dodgy national security record would undo him - it seems that austerity a much bigger issue especially for young whose turnout obviously pivotal long may it last. Direction of travel all important but we won't see any of the manifesto in a action because...sorry to be a buzz breaker here...Labour still lost by quite some margin.

I don't think anyone was expecting Labour to actually win, that that isn't much of a wet blanket. The Tories will self-destruct now, I feel.

You would hope. But I think Corbyn would be similar to Kinnock in that the closer he actually got to being elected the more voters would actually be scared of voting for him in case he won!

Who's next up for the Tories? Any ideas anyone?


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DUP power is worrying and frankly the Conservative Party should be condemned for getting into bed with a party that is based on religious fundamentalism and whose worldview is out of step with the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Agreed Niall but I reckon there will be more than just a few quid. Plenty of money heading your way I reckon, the DUP will milk this for every penny. This is very dangerous for the North, how arsed will the DUP be to get the power sharing executive up and running when they can play Billy Big Bollix in London?


To be honest John, I'm not convinced SF are keen on restoring Stormont and certainly not w/o agreements on the Irish Language Act. And what chance now on the marriage equality being introduced in the north? Irish nationalist anger at the way the DUP behaved in Stormont is real and you can see that by the figures now voting SF and with the eclipse of the SDLP. There can be no return to Stormont for the DUP to run amok with financial scandals and blocking every issue that they don't agree with. May as well have had majority rule in that case.

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Yesterday was the 11th GE since I could vote. The worse in my memory.

We used to have politicians canvass for our votes, like them or loath them they did represent us. They came around letting us know what they will be doing for you. You either looked at how it would benefit you or the bigger picture (maybe both) and vote. Now it's all about Don't vote for thema s they will do this or that. Wish they would stick to their own policies and stop debunking other parties.

OK! A few comedy programmes would take the rise out of them as they would most famous people, but today they are all ridiculed all the time. You cannot go on Facebook or Twitter without someone having the piss ripped out of them.

They mostly have no respect for voters and in turn voters lack respect for them. Labour has a vote for a leader and many of their party did not want him. Yet though he did not win, he did make a go of it. May was voted to replace Cameron, now might be a target for the Tory party to be replaced. These people as supposed to represent us but have trouble picking a leader.

What actually good did last nights result do for the country, on what some call an extraordinary night? What was extraordinary about a hung parliament.

There is no debate on social media just a load of anger, hate, outrage. Someone makes a comment, some reply, then the outrage on what they have said, the hate, the abuse follows. It's not for me actually doing anyone any good. TV debates, again just a load of shouting.

Where are we actually going. Social networking could be good, but No! let's just try to shut down and shout down those that disagree with us.

Would have rather had either party win with a majority than all this poxy politics hanging around like a bad smell.


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