Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

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Which party will you vote for in the General Election?

Conservative
6
26%
Labour
14
61%
Liberal Democrats
2
9%
The Green Party
0
No votes
SNP
1
4%
Independent
0
No votes
UKIP
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 23

Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby Stooo » Tue Jun 13, 2017 7:30 pm

A NEWLY-elected Scottish Labour MP travelled to his new job at Westminster wearing his old Parcelforce work shirt.

Former postie Hugh Gaffney, Labour MP for Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill, posed in the shirt on the train down and outside Big Ben.

It’s thought the 53-year-old even wore the shirt during a visit to the Commons, although it was hidden under a suit jacket and tie.


http://www.deadlinenews.co.uk/2017/06/1 ... ork-shirt/

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby Elagabalus » Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:47 am

This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby Viper » Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:53 am

Elagabalus wrote:This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 15, 2017 6:55 am

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby luddite » Thu Jun 15, 2017 10:22 am

Viper wrote:
Elagabalus wrote:This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
:pmsl:


:gigglesnshit: :pmsl:

Its no laughing matter., this dangerous lunatic could be our next prime minister if students aren't prevented from voting twice again. :brickwall:
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 15, 2017 11:10 am

luddite wrote:
Viper wrote:
Elagabalus wrote:This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
:pmsl:


:gigglesnshit: :pmsl:

Its no laughing matter., this dangerous lunatic could be our next prime minister if students aren't prevented from voting twice again. :brickwall:

Oh it is - as soon as your xenophobic dream of a hard Brexit got dashed against the rocks sides were a-splitting. :Wiiiine!:
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby wutang » Thu Jun 15, 2017 1:35 pm

Elagabalus wrote:1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.


He lost seats, and the swing in votes towards Tories was 8% (at the time the biggest since 1945)

Corbyn gained seats and had a swing in his favour of 9.6% (biggest since 1945, bigger than Thatcher in 79 and Blair in 97)

Elagabalus wrote:1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.


Kinnock was fighting his second election and was ahead in the polls . The Tories still came out with a majority

Corbyn fought his first election, less than a year after the labour right forced another leadership contest, was miles behind in the polls, expected to be annihilated... and yet he gain seats, massively increased the labour vote and the Tories lost their majority

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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby wutang » Thu Jun 15, 2017 1:45 pm

The Kinnock comparison is quite apt.

Both inherited a Labour party on its legs, rife with divisions.

But whereas Kinnock's limp dick centrism didn't inspire much change, it took him 9 years and 2 elections to make Labour competitive again, Corbyn has done the same in less than 2 years
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 15, 2017 1:52 pm

Far-right revisionism.

THEN -
Red Okktober wrote:The hat-trick is on - Brexit, Trump and a Tory landslide.

A good move from May as a victory is all but guaranteed. A show of strength leading up to a hard Brexit.


NOW -
Red Rocking Horse wrote:The hat-trick is on - Brexit (looking dicey), Trump (under investigation) and a Tory landslide (Ooops!).


All in one week - the sweet smell of failure. :pmsl:
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby luddite » Thu Jun 15, 2017 2:50 pm

McAz wrote:
luddite wrote:
Viper wrote:
Elagabalus wrote:This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
:pmsl:


:gigglesnshit: :pmsl:

Its no laughing matter., this dangerous lunatic could be our next prime minister if students aren't prevented from voting twice again. :brickwall:

Oh it is - as soon as your xenophobic dream of a hard Brexit got dashed against the rocks sides were a-splitting. :Wiiiine!:

Speaking of loonies. :mrgreen:
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Re: Who will you be voting for on the 8th of June?

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 15, 2017 4:39 pm

luddite wrote:
McAz wrote:
luddite wrote:
Viper wrote:
Elagabalus wrote:This entry was on the BBC website in the 'Have Your Say' section. Only 1 other comment has been voted down more than this one.

1979 -Callaghan 269 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

1992 - Kinnock 271 seats, he admitted defeat & resigned.

2017 - Corbyn 262 seats, claims victory and orders the winner to resign.
:pmsl:


:gigglesnshit: :pmsl:

Its no laughing matter., this dangerous lunatic could be our next prime minister if students aren't prevented from voting twice again. :brickwall:

Oh it is - as soon as your xenophobic dream of a hard Brexit got dashed against the rocks sides were a-splitting. :Wiiiine!:

Speaking of loonies. :mrgreen:


How are you loony ludds? Still butthurt ole mulholland lost?
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