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22 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

Born to Kosovan parents fleeing persecution, welcome to the point.

You called her Kosovan. She is British. Welcome to the Thunderdome. 

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3 hours ago, Johnny Utah said:

Fucking hell.Utterly depressing.Usually reluctant to say ‘these cunts will get what they deserve when they vote Tory’ but not this lot.

 

So they say Corbyn is untrustworthy but give no reasons why.Contrast this with Johnson. “He’ll always give you an answer - even if it’s a lie hahaha he’s just a loveable buffoon.”

Jesus fucking wept what in the name of fuck is wrong with these cunts.

Bullshit baffles brains.

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Raab also said that in fact, despite all the denials, the US could just decide they want to charge us more for medicines, but “Why would they do that?”

 

Nobody ever show him Bambi’s mum getting shot or tell him it was his parents leaving that tooth fairy money.

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19 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

 

But the Brexit party dropped out ages ago. Why would people still be moving their support now? The country is full of bellends. 

You can see from the poll that BXP were down 1%. 

 

They haven't dropped out of all of the seats, so, where they are standing, there can still be some drift towards the Tories.

 

Also, the polls don't count the undecided, as some of them decide thr closer we get, some will decide Tory. I think I saw its something like 20-30% that decide to vote Conservative in the end, so much less than Labour,  but could still add to an uptick.

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18 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

The few active Labour people I know agreed beforehand that we’d spread out around the room, clap for our candidate and stay quiet after he spoke. I was amazed when it started and the majority there were against him. The fella that writes for the local rag said it’s never happened like that here before and the couple of times I’ve canvassed in the last year or so I’ve found that Labour voters are like rocking horse shit. You’re essentially going out to knock on people’s doors so they can tell you that Corbyn’s a bastard.

 

Seems a bit odd that they were so against him, considering the majority he had in 2017. I know Raab has had a similar issue and is in trouble, but he is in a heavy remain area, just checked and West Suffolk was 63% Leave in the referendum. Was the area it was held in more left leaning than the rest of the constituency or something?

 

I know he has made a massive knob of himself since the Tory leadership campaign, but presume there is no chance of him actually losing, is there?

 

 

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1 hour ago, The Woolster said:

You can see from the poll that BXP were down 1%. 

 

They haven't dropped out of all of the seats, so, where they are standing, there can still be some drift towards the Tories.

 

Also, the polls don't count the undecided, as some of them decide thr closer we get, some will decide Tory. I think I saw its something like 20-30% that decide to vote Conservative in the end, so much less than Labour,  but could still add to an uptick.

They've been utter shite though. Anybody who's allowed this election campaign to bring their vote from anywhere to the Tories wants putting down. 

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1 hour ago, The Woolster said:

 

Seems a bit odd that they were so against him, considering the majority he had in 2017. I know Raab has had a similar issue and is in trouble, but he is in a heavy remain area, just checked and West Suffolk was 63% Leave in the referendum. Was the area it was held in more left leaning than the rest of the constituency or something?

 

I know he has made a massive knob of himself since the Tory leadership campaign, but presume there is no chance of him actually losing, is there?

 

 

 

Nah, no chance. The town is the poorest part of the constituency. It’s got a few estates that were built for London overspill from the 50’s onwards. Now there’s constantly new developments going up for people priced out of Cambridge & Bury St Edmunds but never any new infrastructure. There’s hardly any jobs and the public transport to get out is shite, but the main thing people are pissed off at is the GP situation. The population is going up but the amount of doctors is going down. 

 

 

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But even saying all that, the Brexit wankers and people who vote Tory for reasons I can’t work out are still in the majority I reckon. The rest of the constituency is mostly leafy villages and then Newmarket up the road. All guaranteed to be mostly Tory voters. I think the best we can hope for is to take a chunk out of his majority but I wouldn’t be surprised if it went up again. 

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29 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

They've been utter shite though. Anybody who's allowed this election campaign to bring their vote from anywhere to the Tories wants putting down. 

 

They may be shite, but they'll get Brexit done...

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3 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

Johnson's deal passed and he pulled it so isn't he the one who stopped it getting done..... the fucking fat bastard!

Ah to be fair, MPs did want to scrutinise it so he couldn't get it through by the end of October.

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11 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Just get these Tory cunts out.

Correct. All of them. Straight into the Channel. 

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Just now, Bobby Hundreds said:

It's actually Friday the 13th isn't it when we find out. How symbolic 5 years of Boris with a majority on a day associated with horror and bad luck.

Wind your fanny in mate, come on

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