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  • Hubble
    started a topic So May calls general election

    So May calls general election

    ...here we go again...

  • Bluehoop
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    Ha ha, like that Hubs - but, seriously, who still goes to Torremolinos for their holidays

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  • Bluehoop
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    Originally posted by Kevin Mcleod View Post
    Its just another brexit vote cos the remoaners wont ever shut up.
    See what you did there Kev, like that phrase

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  • Kevin Mcleod
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    Just in case anyone wasnt certain that the General Election is just another Brexit vote to try and get the country out of fulfilling what the people voted for.

    Corbyn refuses to rule out second EU referendum.
    https://t.co/uS1ChKGn18

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  • Hubble
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    I think Jonathan Pie eloquently nails it here:

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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Kevin Mcleod View Post
    love it.
    Don't get me wrong, neither Corbyn as PM or Brexit will do the UK economy any good. But Brexit is just 1 thing, Corbyn in charge of the country would be an absolute cluster f*ck. It would be akin to giving Ian Holloway the managers job at Manchester Utd.
    Last edited by Tarbie; 19-04-2017, 11:53 AM.

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  • Kevin Mcleod
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ays-Blair.html





    @ Lyme, exactly that.

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  • lymehoop
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    I believe this vote is Country before Party. As a staunch Brexiteer I'm voting Tory

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  • Kevin Mcleod
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    Originally posted by Tarbie View Post
    I'd take Brexit over that guy as PM.
    love it.

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  • Hove Ranger
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    The tories are just "cashing their chips" while they are high. May will constantly have her authority questioned because of the circumstances that led to her becoming PM. Have a general election, win it (which is guaranteed), get a mandate and go forward with your agenda without having your authority questioned. Plus its a timely distraction just as things in the Middle East have started to escalate.....

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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Kevin Mcleod View Post
    Well hes the only one who will stop brexit if he gains power.
    May will still go ahead with it though gritted teethl
    I'd take Brexit over that guy as PM.

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  • Kevin Mcleod
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    Well hes the only one who will stop brexit if he gains power.
    May will still go ahead with it though gritted teethl

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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Kevin Mcleod View Post
    So that means you have to vote labour if you want to prevent Brexit no?
    I would never vote Labour with Corbyn at the helm, not in a million years.

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  • Kevin Mcleod
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    So that means you have to vote labour if you want to prevent Brexit no?

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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Kevin Mcleod View Post
    Its because of the non stop pressure of remainers sayi n Brexit was an unfair vote and young people and intelligent people didnt vote cos they forgot.
    So she's saying if you really want to stop Brexit heres your last chance, all you young and clever people just have to vote labour and you can stop it, hopefully the racist uneducated pensioners wont bother to go down the polling station after jeremy kyle has finisned this time.
    She would also love to stop it as she never wanted it in the first place, BUT she fears a civil war, so this general election is her only way/chance
    I'm very much in the Remain camp mate, but don't mix that up for me being a Leftie. As a single guy with no kids, in his 30's who earns reasonably well, I'd be absolutely off my rocker to go and vote Labour (even though I pay my taxes in SA these days). My political views are just right of centre, I was actually much further right in my younger days.

    I'm very disillusioned with politics these days and actually don't have any faith in the system. I will however be ensuring that I vote this time around having failed to register for the Brexit vote (and have been p*ssed off with myself ever since for it).
    Last edited by Tarbie; 19-04-2017, 11:16 AM.

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