View Poll Results: For whom would you vote in the general election in the UK?

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  • Conservative

    21 15.33%
  • Green

    7 5.11%
  • Labour

    65 47.45%
  • Liberal Democrat

    16 11.68%
  • UKIP

    13 9.49%
  • Other

    15 10.95%
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    former wesleyan former wesleyan is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludo1973 View Post
    So who is the Remain party in this new referendum?
    Lib Dems, Scot Nats, SF…….
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    This is designed to take out the remainers once and for all
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    Yeehaw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by President Bartlet View Post
    This is designed to take out the remainers once and for all
    Politics is a rough trade when you get them down you have to do a good kicking.............
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    Scotland will be interesting - will the SNP be able to hold every seat they currently have and if they do does that make a 2nd indy ref more real?
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    May now has to put this to a vote in Parlliament due to the limitations of the Fixed Term Parliament Act:

    "There are only two ways to get round the FTPA: First, if more than two thirds of all MPs vote to call an election.Second, if a motion of no confidence is passed in the government, and nobody else forms a new government and wins a vote of confidence within 14 days."

    Let's see how this goes.
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    Enda will HAVE to stay on now, until everything settles down. Steady hand on the tiller and all that jazz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtharper View Post
    May now has to put this to a vote in Parlliament due to the limitations of the Fixed Term Parliament Act:

    "There are only two ways to get round the FTPA: First, if more than two thirds of all MPs vote to call an election.Second, if a motion of no confidence is passed in the government, and nobody else forms a new government and wins a vote of confidence within 14 days."

    Let's see how this goes.
    Corbyn says Labour will facilitate it.

    Turkeys.....Christmas.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by President Bartlet View Post
    This is designed to take out the remainers once and for all
    yes , it completely removes any 'mandate' they might say they have.

    She says every vote for the conservatives gives the UK a stronger hand in Brexit negotiations.

    She has called on all parties to now produce their Brexit proposals and let the people decide on this most important issue.
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    Hopefully this weeds out all the undemocratic remainers. Well done prime minister.
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