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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by Stroller, Jun 25, 2015.
I’d rather have 10 years of Tory Government than 5 minutes under Jezzbollah Corbynski !!!!
Does he do anything new or is it basically the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over....?
Do people still watch this bloke? Old hat and boring.
You don’t need to worry about Corbyn as he will never get anywhere No 10 as a leader.
Boris up in the final weekend polls. Some have him up at 43%
As mentioned the other day Corbyn’s NHS documents came from a Russian source! ......
Talking about own goal here.
I’m a survivor
I always love these wonderful British understatements.
Take it as you will, truth is probably somewhere between them. Apparently Labour vote is tanking outside the major cities, improving in London very much as expected...
I reckon it’s between 10-12 points.
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Brexit Headmaster@BrexitHead Dec 6
An extraordinary moment tonight when Nick Robinson said talking about 'Muslim Paedophiles' was "Islamophobic".
Isn't that the attitude that aided the industry-scale abuse?
Don’t forget we are not allowed to discuss politics on Thursday until after 10pm.
More polls tonight, Labour not making any impact. If they don't close the gap don't be surprised to see a deal between them and other opposition parties before Thursday...
This one gives a comparison between this point in 2017 and now, just as grim...
Too late for a formal deal though. Candidates can't take themselves off the ballot paper. And informal deals don't get a great deal of cut through with Joe Public. Very few (under 5%) of the public even look at tactical voting websites.
Looking like the yellow Tories might be handing Johnson a majority. They say they want to stop Brexit but they're making it happen by not doing a deal with Labour.
Om the other side, Farage was handed his orders by the money men and duly obeyed.
I think you'll find Corbyn's fence-sitting was the equivalent of missing an open goal, the Lib Dems just shot themselves in the foot with their No Brexit stance. Both have, for different reasons, stymied a great opportunity. As a Leave voter I think Boris's deal is worse than staying in the EU so I'm f*cked by all of them. Where's the Monster Raving Loonies when you need them?...
Obviously a failure on both sides as it takes two to tango. Lots of seats where Lab will take a small % that will put a Tory MP in over a Liberal.