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    Its still in play

    https://twitter.com/britainelects/st...07768667705344
    According to one of those online prediction things that would mean something like:-
    Cons - 406
    Lab - 166
    SNP - 37
    Lib - 18
    PC - 4
    Gre - 1
    N.I - 18
    With the 4 countries in the UK still likely to be voting for different parties with the Cons still dictating to the other countries/pulling some of them out of the EU against their wishes, a hard Brexit with an Irish border in the sea, SNP gaining seats and still dominating Scotland, Plaid staying the same, the conditions to break up the UK union state will be even more in play if the likes of the above poll come to pass.

  2. #2

    Re: Its still in play

    I really don't see how you can work out the number of seats from that poll unless you're using some kind of daft arithmetic which just extrapolates the numbers as if they're equally divided in every seat.
    Tony Blait got a landslide in 1997 with much lower numbers

  3. #3

    Re: Its still in play

    Lib Dem's losing seats would almost be worth a Tory majority just for the lols.

    I think where we are at the moment, the polls as a combined resource are next to useless when they disagree this much. When the MRP stuff begins to come out closer to the day we might get some clarification.

    Lots could still change mind, most data suggesting that Tories are keeping hold of their remainers slightly better than Labour are their leavers. This is the battle ground. If Tories lose their remain support in 50:50 seats in the south of england they could take some unexpected losses.

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    Re: Its still in play

    Quote Originally Posted by trampie09 View Post
    https://twitter.com/britainelects/st...07768667705344
    According to one of those online prediction things that would mean something like:-
    Cons - 406
    Lab - 166
    SNP - 37
    Lib - 18
    PC - 4
    Gre - 1
    N.I - 18
    With the 4 countries in the UK still likely to be voting for different parties with the Cons still dictating to the other countries/pulling some of them out of the EU against their wishes, a hard Brexit with an Irish border in the sea, SNP gaining seats and still dominating Scotland, Plaid staying the same, the conditions to break up the UK union state will be even more in play if the likes of the above poll come to pass.
    There's no evidence to show that Wales will ever vote to leave the union with England whatever happens.

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    Re: Its still in play

    Quote Originally Posted by trampie09 View Post
    https://twitter.com/britainelects/st...07768667705344
    According to one of those online prediction things that would mean something like:-
    Cons - 406
    Lab - 166
    SNP - 37
    Lib - 18
    PC - 4
    Gre - 1
    N.I - 18
    With the 4 countries in the UK still likely to be voting for different parties with the Cons still dictating to the other countries/pulling some of them out of the EU against their wishes, a hard Brexit with an Irish border in the sea, SNP gaining seats and still dominating Scotland, Plaid staying the same, the conditions to break up the UK union state will be even more in play if the likes of the above poll come to pass.
    Recent elections - DO NOT TRUST THE POLLS

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    Re: Its still in play

    New survation poll showing 14% lead, that is a biggy as they have been 7/8%

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    Re: Its still in play

    Let them go if they want to, and when the EU collapses tell them to feck off when they come crawling back

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    Re: Its still in play

    Wales has no appetite to leave the union and good on them, as it would be a death nail for the country.

    Wales has a lot of SME businesses thay may prosper outside of the European bubble , surley our farming could flourish if we produce for the home market , rather than being paid subsidies not to farm?

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