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Exit Poll Shows Tories On 316, 10 Short Of Majority

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Low 30% turnout in Scotland - kind of indicates that a lot of Scottish people just don't care or were incredibly alienated by Milibland.

Overall turnout around 71% in Scotland vs 65% in England from numbers on BBC website?

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It's back to milk for mr Galloway after his gravy train was derailed.

Or a short career as a suicide bomber in Syria?

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On Facebook, Twitter and reddit the results are greeted with overwhelming shock.

It seems the power of the grey vote and Murdoch is the deciding factor. Bizarre result after weeks of polls putting the tories in a minority.

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With UKIP getting such a large slice of the vote...and with the Cons looking like they will still get a majority Govt, can anyone be in any doubt about how the British people feel???

Hopefully this is then of the "smart, metropolitan elite, Islington smart set, media savy, socialists" that we first saw 21 years ago.

There is a need for a new New Labour party.

Millipede out.

He can spend the time on "Relationship Maintenance" with his brother.

And as for the Lib Dems....the message is "Do not mess with the kids". The parents dont forgive and those kids grow up to become voters.

What now for Labour?

Brown the tw.t ensured that any competition to him was destryoed, and any up + coming talent outside of his team was destroyed.

Milliband was Brown's bag boy.

The leadership will have to go - Milliband, Harperson, Mr+Mrs Balls. That leaves a load of ex-LA/public sector from 'vote for a monkey with a red rosette' seats. And that's its.

Labour - the party of useless public sector workers.

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On Facebook, Twitter and reddit the results are greeted with overwhelming shock.

It seems the power of the grey vote and Murdoch is the deciding factor. Bizarre result after weeks of polls putting the tories in a minority.

Balls to Murdoch.

Old people do not read Murdoch papers.

Young people do not read newspapers full stop.

Labour did bad as they were sh1t.

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Labour leadership has very little to do with its core voters. The Scots have clearly rejected the London Labour elite but Welsh and Northern English Labour voters still living in la-la land.

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Just got up to find you can buy an election with a housing bubble.

I am going to disagree with you on that. I don't think that house prices are it. It is more to do with the stupid policies of Labour than with those of the Tories.... and the incredibly weak but arrogant Labour leadership.

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indeed Osborne has played a blinder.

Agreed, unfortunately.

Also, the current Labour lot were frankly a shower of shit.

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Tories unrestrained by any lib dem interests in government could do some real damage to house prices. They've got form in this regard after all.

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Tories unrestrained by any lib dem interests in government could do some real damage to house prices. They've got form in this regard after all.

Assuming it was lib dems that prevented hpc policies. Am not sure the torys (this particular lot) favor lower house prices, given how much of a vote winner hpi is.

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Can't see Labour ever recovering in Scotland - the Scottish economy would have to implode for that to happen or Labour get a really brilliant leader... which is not going to happen.

I can't think of one decent Labour MP with leadership ability.

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Question to the floor

Any idea how this will effect the pound against other currencies ?

Will a tory goverment create a strong pound going forward you think ?

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Question to the floor

Any idea how this will effect the pound against other currencies ?

Will a tory goverment create a strong pound going forward you think ?

Pound already up overnight.

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Question to the floor

Any idea how this will effect the pound against other currencies ?

Will a tory goverment create a strong pound going forward you think ?

The Pound is quite strong already. Its strength is only relative to the weakness of the other currencies. Basically everywhere else is a bigger basket case.

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Some tory woman telling us the first thing they will do is bring in their electronic communication surveillance act that they couldn't do with the lib dens.

What have the people of England done.

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I am going to disagree with you on that. I don't think that house prices are it. It is more to do with the stupid policies of Labour than with those of the Tories.... and the incredibly weak but arrogant Labour leadership.

Agreed. This is like 1982.

The Labour voter looked at those meant to be representing them and thought: 'WTF!'

The smug, North London elite are just as removed from the core Labour voter as Michael Foot.

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