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Monster Raving Loony Party beats UKIP

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  1. Djangobanjo

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    I see labour did well, rock on Jeremy.
     
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    Corbyn still thinks leavers will vote for him. Leavers be they labour or Tory are too far gone.
     
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    If the vote was leave and remain what's the figures.?
     
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    On a different subject, I know how many people voted for "no-deal" in the referendum.

    None.

    The Brextremists are trying to push in through the back door by pretending that's what was promised, and voted for.

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    Incorrect. What proof do you have of that ?
     
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    He has a fair point.

    Dominic Raab said he talked about no deal very often, as far back as 2016

    This was researched and there is not a single recorded event where Raab mentioned it.

    Most polls now give a remain majority, but the Tories are peddling Brexit because no Brexit means a Conservative government implosion.
     
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    Whatever the Tories do on all hallows eve, half the country will hate them for decades to come
     
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    Then they might as well tell the truth.
     
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    Polls mean nothing. We've voted.
     
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    Win-Win.
     
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    On 5 June 1975.

    For "In."
     
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    Nigel Farage will be wringing his hands with glee after the Brecon result as Boris will now be forced into a Tory/Brexit Party alliance at the GE if he has any ambition to remain in No 10. :)
     
  16. The Monster party should always win. Should beat all the others too, fitting for how naff British politics are these days.
     
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    In the common market. If it had stayed at that, there would probably been no cause for a referendum this time round. I was too young to vote back then, so didn't have a say for 41 years, so maybe in another 41 years, the people too young to vote in 2016 can have another referendum.Was there this amount of hoo hah after the result? Did the people who voted leave demand another vote or take the government to court ?
     
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