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UK Politics: The End of May

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16 minutes ago, Which Tyler said:

257/737

 

Brx: 31.5%

LD: 20.4%

Lab: 13.7%

Grn: 12.1%

Con: 9.2%

SNP+PC: 4.8%

 

Pro-Brexit: 5.4M

Some deal: 3.5M

Anti-Brexit: 6.2M

Conservatives should either be listed as pro-Brexit, or pro-Deal Brexit.

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The man's a wanker, but I reckon he's spot on here.

 

 

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Labour are knocked out in Scotland.  SNP 3, Con 1, Lib Dem 1, TBP 1.

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14 minutes ago, SeanF said:

Conservatives should either be listed as pro-Brexit, or pro-Deal Brexit.

They are.

But neither lab or cin are remotely close enough to united on the issue to be worth counting. They're also the most likely (alongside Green) to be getting voters on things other than Brexit, hence I hadn't been counting either party earlier

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6 minutes ago, Which Tyler said:

That doesn't really seem like a huge change

It used to be highest in the South West and Home Counties (back in the 2000's).

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More MEPs called Alexandra Phillips in the South East than Tories

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7 minutes ago, SeanF said:

It used to be highest in the South West and Home Counties (back in the 2000's).

I don't remember any vote taking place on pro or anti brexit in the 2000s

 

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CHUK won't win a seat now.

South East is TBP 4, Lib Dem 3, Lab 1, Con 1, Green 1.

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Just now, Which Tyler said:

I don't remember any vote taking place on pro or anti brexit in the 2000s

 

I meant the UKIP vote in those days.

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1 minute ago, SeanF said:

I meant the UKIP vote in those days.

Whichwas still utterly irrelevant

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Posted (edited)

This is brilliant.

 

Remind you of anyone?

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North West TBP 3, Lab 2, Lib Dem 2, Green 1.

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9 minutes ago, Philokles said:

More MEPs called Alexandra Phillips in the South East than Tories

There will also be more pandas in Scotland than Tory or Labour MEPs.

The Tories are also behind both Brexit and Lib Dems in Theresa May's constituency while Labour are behind the Lib Dems in Corbyn's constituency.

Is this the first time the Lib Dems have ever come first in London in an election?

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Posted (edited)

356/373

 

Brx: 31.6%

LD: 20.3%

Lab: 14.1%

Grn: 12.1%

Con: 9.1%

SNP+PC: 4.6%

 

Leave: 5.8M

Remain: 6.7M

 

MEPs (waiting for Scotland & NI), 2014 => 2019

Farage's ego, 23 => 28
Lib Dem, 1 => 15
Labour, 18 => 10
Green, 3 => 7
Conservative, 18 => 3
Plaid, 1 => 1

9 to be declared

 

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Yeah, I think we’re fucked. The lesson the Conservatives are going to take from this is that they need to take a harder line on Brexit.

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1 hour ago, ljkeane said:

Yeah, I think we’re fucked. The lesson the Conservatives are going to take from this is that they need to take a harder line on Brexit.

Yes.  

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1 hour ago, ljkeane said:

Yeah, I think we’re fucked. The lesson the Conservatives are going to take from this is that they need to take a harder line on Brexit.

Is it? Brexit party got the most votes but still fewer than 1/3. Not exactly an overwhelming vote in favour of a hard Brexit.

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I think the next few days will be dominated by arguments over the interpretation of the maths of the results.. mostly getting nobody anywhere. 
 

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