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5 minutes ago, Moon boy said:

Possibly not, depends on Tory Remainers splitting their party in a vote of ‘no confidence ‘ 

I think you may well be right, it only needs 4 conservative MPs to switch sides to bring the government down

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Tories got fewer votes than the Yorkshire Party 😂

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Just now, jmjhb said:

Tories got fewer votes than the Yorkshire Party 😂

Did they?

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Just now, Salford Trotter said:

I think you may well be right, it only needs 4 conservative MPs to switch sides to bring the government down

The DUP and some Leave Labour MP’s would support the Tories

Whichever way you look at it, with a true Leaver PM and a shake up in the Cabinet and with some positive preparation for life outside the EU I think it will be sorted by October

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4 minutes ago, Moon boy said:

The DUP and some Leave Labour MP’s would support the Tories

Whichever way you look at it, with a true Leaver PM and a shake up in the Cabinet and with some positive preparation for life outside the EU I think it will be sorted by October

Labour and the Conservatives can simply not afford a GE in the near future so a vote of no confidence would be suicidal. 

It is ironic that the Brexit party are now saying MEPs should have a say in the UK parliamentary process. (That is just an observation not a dig at The Brexit party). 

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17 minutes ago, jmjhb said:

Tories got fewer votes than the Yorkshire Party 😂

I don’t think they did

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Oops. It was ChangeUK...about as much a waste of time as TR.

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4 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Looks like exactly 50/50 leave remain?

Joy

Try telling Nige that.

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TR 38000 in total in the NW, second last and less than Change UK

Everyone laughed.

Edited by jmjhb

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Anne Widdecombe. The future ? 

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57 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Looks like exactly 50/50 leave remain?

Joy

That's a very optimistic view but not unexpected from you😂 i'd say the remain vote is comfortably ahead of leave but its how you break down the labour/tory rump. This is why leavers fear a second referendum because the voters are now more informed and don't want the No Deal brexit that is being touted by TBP

 

Edited by Salford Trotter

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3 hours ago, boltondiver said:

Lib Dems will take London; they can have it!

The beating heart of the nation. 

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2 hours ago, Moon boy said:

The DUP and some Leave Labour MP’s would support the Tories

Whichever way you look at it, with a true Leaver PM and a shake up in the Cabinet and with some positive preparation for life outside the EU I think it will be sorted by October

The Tories/DUP have a majority of 6 and i would be absolutely amazed if any Labour MPs support the government if there is a prospect of a GE if the government lose.

There are some clear conclusions from tonight. TBP is the clear winner as the protest party but probably not performed as well as some might have thought (mounts and PH). The Lib Dems and The Greens have negated the Leave vote and so there is a clear majority for the remain side, albeit only 5-10% but significant enough to suggest at a people's vote the remain side would win comfortably. No doubt Mounts will find an angle to argue the opposite😂😂

Finally, hopefully we have seen the demise of UKIP and the last of the thug, Tommeh

 

Edited by Salford Trotter

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With May's "deal" off the table now after that result it looks like No Deal v 2nd Referendum.

Votes for parties with No deal  as an acceptable policy were 35% of the vote

Votes for 2nd Referendum parties 40% of the vote

However the spin will be that it's an overwhelming vote to leave now and Jezza will spin it so that there's no way he'll stand aside for someone like e.g. Sir Keir who's electable to the middle of the roaders. Funny old game politics. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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Looking at these results...bring on a 2nd referendum. Looks like we are a remain nation now.

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4 hours ago, Hoppy510 said:

With May's "deal" off the table now after that result it looks like No Deal v 2nd Referendum.

Votes for parties with No deal  as an acceptable policy were 35% of the vote

Votes for 2nd Referendum parties 40% of the vote

However the spin will be that it's an overwhelming vote to leave now and Jezza will spin it so that there's no way he'll stand aside for someone like e.g. Sir Keir who's electable to the middle of the roaders. Funny old game politics. Can't wait to see what happens next.

There's no middle; as I said in January; ether WTO or revoke

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35 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Looking at these results...bring on a 2nd referendum. Looks like we are a remain nation now.

The numbers don't neccesarily show that; depends which way Labour and Conservatives would go

 

 

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Pretty clear message from the electorate last night - punishing the parties who've prevented us from leaving.

It's alarming to see the Remainers' spin on the results though. How long before someone demands a another vote, saying people didn't know what hey were voting for and they've changed their minds. 😂

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10 minutes ago, darwen_white said:

Pretty clear message from the electorate last night - punishing the parties who've prevented us from leaving.

It's alarming to see the Remainers' spin on the results though. How long before someone demands a another vote, saying people didn't know what hey were voting for and they've changed their minds. 😂

The usual suspects are still parroting on about a 2nd referendum. It was supposed to be Remain v Theresa's Shite Deal.

 

That deal has gone; what would the options be?

 

And, if it was a rerun of the first; if Leave won, would they accept it?

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Laughable, these remainers spinning the result, we are now somehow in their minds a remain country. 😂🤣😂🤣

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