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Thread: How many seats will labour win at the new genreal election ?

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    Default How many seats will labour win at the new genreal election ?

    Already threads about FF and SF on this topic so i think a thread is needed to discuss how many seats labour will win at the next ge? I think 12-15. I think most labour ministers even burton won't contest the election

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    Hopefully 0.

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    Did someone call a GE?

    How about posting this when there is one called.
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    I reckon Keaveney and Shortall should be able to get a quota.

    Oh...hold on....they got kicked out for disobeying Gimmemore.
    Coveney's ambition is the be Ireland's next EU Commissar and Ireland will pay a price as he builds his CV to position himself sufficiently loyal to the nEU empire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Zordan View Post
    Already threads about FF and SF on this topic so i think a thread is needed to discuss how many seats labour will win at the next ge? I think 12-15. I think most labour ministers even burton won't contest the election
    Do we also need threads on how many seats the ULA (if they still exist), Fine Gael, the Greens and the Christian Solidarity Party will win?

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    FG yes, the others no

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    Give johnny a break here....I think you are right with the 12-15 seats with SF picking up most of what they lose
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    I reckon Keaveney and Shortall should be able to get a quota.

    Oh...hold on....they got kicked out for disobeying Gimmemore.
    Tommy Broughan should coast home in Dublin bay north.Kenny to lose his seat there.
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    I think an election will come much sooner than 2016

    Labour will lose seats. To elect 15?

    Would it not be better to have one thread with guestimates for all parties>

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    Nulty, Penrose, Broughan and Shortall will pick up seats I reckon.
    Keaveney may not be a shoe in.

    Quite a bit depends on retirements etc so I wouldn't go saying anything for definite just yet.

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