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1 minute ago, sir roger said:

Johnson’s waste removal service promised to be round last week.

Must have been  the same time as they are clearing up the dog shit from the park for that Brexit twat 

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The New Statesman has refused to endorse JC.  That must be a bit embarrassing. Unless of course it’s a conspiracy, they were never truly left etc etc. 

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12 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

The New Statesman has refused to endorse JC.  That must be a bit embarrassing. Unless of course it’s a conspiracy, they were never truly left etc etc. 

You are off your fucking trolley lad

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If Labour mobilise enough people to get out and vote then of course they can win. It doesn’t make you some kind of objective über pundit sitting outside of the bubble if you predict doom and gloom

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I don't think its wildly unrealistic to hope that if everyone under the age of 25 gets off their collective arse and everyone over 70 doesn't fancy going out in the cold then we might just get some form of a coalition that usurps the lot currently in charge. 

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1 minute ago, M_B said:

I don't think its wildly unrealistic to hope that if everyone under the age of 25 gets off their collective arse and everyone over 70 doesn't fancy going out in the cold then we might just get some form of a coalition that usurps the lot currently in charge. 

That’s not what is being suggested though. Some people are saying that Labour will win. Win, means get the most seats.

 

Not going to happen. Sorry, but anyone who thinks Labour will get the most seats is delusional.

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1 minute ago, Brownie said:

That’s not what is being suggested though. Some people are saying that Labour will win. Win, means get the most seats.

 

Not going to happen. Sorry, but anyone who thinks Labour will get the most seats is delusional.

It’s all to play for. You just have no ambition 

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1 hour ago, Rico1304 said:

No. It’s about a politician being caught in a lie.  Which is what he did, but it’s being spun about something else.  

 

Just read the transcript, and I don't know what he was thinking. Such a stupid, pointless lie. I don't get it.

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3 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

Just read the transcript, and I don't know what he was thinking. Such a stupid, pointless lie. I don't get it.

If Johnson wasn’t such a lying cunt it could be great ammo, but people in glass houses etc. 

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20 minutes ago, moof said:

If Labour mobilise enough people to get out and vote then of course they can win. It doesn’t make you some kind of objective über pundit sitting outside of the bubble if you predict doom and gloom

I don’t think it makes you an Uber pundit, I just think it’s pretty much nailed on not to be a Labour majority. There’s lots of space for debating why and who is at fault, but the likelihood of a Labour victory is pretty slim. I’m obviously hoping they can get enough seats to form a coalition, but even if that happens we’ve got issues if it’s the SNP. If they don’t, then I think it’s obvious what happens. 

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18 minutes ago, Brownie said:

That’s not what is being suggested though. Some people are saying that Labour will win. Win, means get the most seats.

 

Not going to happen. Sorry, but anyone who thinks Labour will get the most seats is delusional.

Win to me is a majority, otherwise you rely on others to win the right to rule. 

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56 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

The New Statesman has refused to endorse JC.  That must be a bit embarrassing. Unless of course it’s a conspiracy, they were never truly left etc etc. 

 

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1 hour ago, moof said:

It’s all to play for. You just have no ambition 

I think you’re confusing ambition with expectation mate. Nothing would please me more than seeing Labour in power after this election. I just think the chances of it are very slim.

 

What makes you so confident?

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46 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Win to me is a majority, otherwise you rely on others to win the right to rule. 

Fair enough, I don’t see it that way. By your logic the Tories didn’t win two of the last 3 elections but they’ve still been in power.

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12 minutes ago, SasaS said:

Not winning this election may be a blessing in disguise for Labour.

 

Too right, if they win it they'll have to follow through on all their promises. And unless those trillions of proposed trees have money growing on them, that's going to be a tough ask.

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19 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

They’ve got 91k Twitter followers to his 75k. 

 

That settles that then.

 

Not sure where you got 91k from anyway, but they have 179k followers and have been on the go since 1913, Bastani's Novara Media was founded 2011 and they have 98k, so I don't think he's doing too badly.

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8 minutes ago, Red Phoenix said:

 

That settles that then.

 

Not sure where you got 91k from anyway, but they have 179k followers and have been on the go since 1913, Bastani's Novara Media was founded 2011 and they have 98k, so I don't think he's doing too badly.

Rachel Riley is much more important than both then, since she has more than twice as many as the NS i NM combined.

 

16 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

Too right, if they win it they'll have to follow through on all their promises. And unless those trillions of proposed trees have money growing on them, that's going to be a tough ask.


There's also a lose-lose over Brexit, political crisis or dealing with all the negotiations, problems, economic aftermath. Fighting to keep the nation's boat afloat only to be rewarded by thank you and good-bye from the electorate at the next elections, like Syriza.

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10 minutes ago, SasaS said:

Rachel Riley is much more important than both then, since she has more than twice as many as the NS i NM combined.

 

I was playing along with his daft argument not taking it seriously. If we go along with that line of stupid reasoning we'd all have to take Trump seriously with his 67mil followers. I should've just saved time and energy by posting the Partridge shrug .gif instead.

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5 minutes ago, SasaS said:

Rachel Riley is much more important than both then, since she has more than twice as many as the NS i NM combined.

Mate, you have an unhealthy obsession with her. 

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