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Polls support conservatives and remain?

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  1. motorbiking

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  3. Notch7

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    Whatever the polls suggest, the utter self interest of the Tory party is causing the most damage.

    10years of austerity and yet suddenly Johnson is able to throw money at police, education etc etc.
     
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    My mum taught me to save for a rainy day, maybe Boris's mum instructed him similarly.
     
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    It's not over yet I see collateral damage both sides. Dont forget we still have the Brexit party waiting to stir things up. And look what will happen if we go for a GE will it be the worlds first ever woman allowed to be in charge of a political party Jo equal rights for women.. and women Swinson. Or Jeremy I'll do anything for anyone just make me PM Corbyn.
    Watch how Swinson puts the knife in the bumbling geography teacher before he mumbles a word.

    What a mess.
     
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    Corbyn has been a lifelong Euro sceptic, he has made no secret of his dislike of the EU.
    Since he has become Labour leader he now wants to remain in the EU.
    He marketed himself as a man of principle unlike all the other 2 faced politicians.
    Now Corbyn has shown he is prepared to trample all over his own principles in order to be PM.
    Power really does corrupt.
     
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    Are not Labour Party policies decided by Membership and Conference which the Leader will accept?

    There were after all only ten Labour MPs for leaving at the time of the referendum.

    No one likely agrees with all of a party's policies. I thought you were for democracy.



    Does The Queen agree with everything she has promoted since 1952.
     
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    Funny that rain should suddenly show up just when Bozza needs a boost. Rainy day? I think what we are actually witnessing is a sh1t storm.
     
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    Listen to Vinty.
    This is how mad politics is now

    He claims power has corrupted Corbyn.

    But forgets:
    Johnson is not a Leaver, he just chose the path that would get him PM .....power corrupts or what

    Johnson lied about proroguing parliament.....power corrupts

    Gove lied about yellohammer report

    Gove said government could ignore any leglislation that stopped no deal.

    Rees Mogg continuously lies about WTO terms

    But Corbyn is the corrupt one (n)

    (And I am a huge Corbyn critic)
     
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    Was that the same one you had planned for March 29th. Don't go defrosting the Iceland finger buffet just yet.(y)
     
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    Buffoon has never led a government that has raised taxes and built up a cash reserve.

    Quite the opposite.

    So your suggestion is nonsense.
     
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    When you learn the difference between national debt and deficit get back to me.

    Why do you keep showcasing how ill informed you are? Is it a badge of honour amongst Brexiteers?
     
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    Sod the referendum result,,take notice of polls though...Desperate.
     
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    Saving up
     
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    Other ways of saving money.
     
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