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1409 pages....you guys should have your own forum !!!

Oh OK. Shame that really, but hey it looks like @IMHAL helped us both out. Nice repost though, thanks ! Any thoughts ?  

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18 minutes ago, MonsieurCopperCrutch said:

No you forget that these thickos who voted Brexshit said their vote was nothing to do with economics and being finacially poorer. 

Just wondering how your remain alliance is going? I think the people who were 'thickos' are quite obvious, not brexiteers thats for sure. But I expect you not to take the economic benefits or jobs that were created by brexit because you don't believe in them

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8 minutes ago, bear.getting.old said:

Just wondering how your remain alliance is going? I think the people who were 'thickos' are quite obvious, not brexiteers thats for sure. But I expect you not to take the economic benefits or jobs that were created by brexit because you don't believe in them

Must be great being a retired old boomer. Triple lock et al. 

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8 minutes ago, Simhadri said:

Buy house early.

I'm inclined to agree that prices are likely to remain high or perhaps increase*, but I'm curious to know more about your reasoning here. 

* Remember though, that in 2015 estate agents were euphoric about the Conservative victory, predicting prime London would double in 5 years! 

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11 minutes ago, Kosmin said:

I'm inclined to agree that prices are likely to remain high or perhaps increase*, but I'm curious to know more about your reasoning here. 

* Remember though, that in 2015 estate agents were euphoric about the Conservative victory, predicting prime London would double in 5 years! 

A large majority government never works for the best of the common man. You are looking at at least 10 more years of Tory rule. In this time a good many who voted BJ will be financially fleeced. Allah willing. 

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3 minutes ago, Dave Beans said:

What a shame...

 

Hahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahaahahah:-) Justice has been done. Lying weasel snak,e party flop flopper, sad excuse for a man and MP. That really makes my morning. It hasn't gone very well for the undemocratic lib dems has it or any remain parties really

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1 minute ago, Dave Beans said:

Corbyn effectively gone...

Momentum also should be gone and leave Labour to socialists.

Neil Kinnock spent 8 years fighting these idiots to bring it to a better shape.

Then Blair inherited and improved upon.

Its a ******ing long path for Labour from here unless Boris and Tories ****** up royally in next 5 years.

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30 minutes ago, Kosmin said:
Conservative Nickie Aiken 17,049
Labour Gordon Nardell 11,624
Liberal Democrats Chuka Umunna 13,096

 

Hard to escape the conclusion that this was terrible tactical voting fail.

 

As I said to the remoaners on here bitching, they can try to tactically vote as much as they like, it won't make any difference because the amjority want brexit, more than in the referendum, so it will fail. And it did and Jo Swinson out now too. Great night. I laughed so hard to see the back of that undemocratic cow who was so sure cancelling brexit was a vote winner!

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35 minutes ago, Kosmin said:
Conservative Nickie Aiken 17,049
Labour Gordon Nardell 11,624
Liberal Democrats Chuka Umunna 13,096

 

Hard to escape the conclusion that this was terrible tactical voting fail.

 

Only if you think both Labour and Lib Dem voters care more about “not Tory” than about their actual preferred party, which not all do.

I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Labour voters for example would prefer a Tory to a defector.

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2 minutes ago, bear.getting.old said:

As I said to the remoaners on here bitching, they can try to tactically vote as much as they like, it won't make any difference because the amjority want brexit, more than in the referendum, so it will fail. And it did and Jo Swinson out now too. Great night. I laughed so hard to see the back of that undemocratic cow who was so sure cancelling brexit was a vote winner!

MonsieurCropperCrutch was right: you are a moron. Do you really think there weren't 4,000 of those 11,624 Labour voters who were remainers and could potentially have voted Lib Dem?

The SNP are as opposed to Brexit as the Lib Dems, so that wasn't why Swinson lost. 

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I have no idea what frenchface might have said or most of you for that matter, because I only come here to tell you remoaners some cold hard true facts, and then I disappear back to the rest of HPC. So to leave you to carry on wallowing in your little reomoaner sad world of bitching and non acceptance of leaving.

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15 minutes ago, scottbeard said:

Only if you think both Labour and Lib Dem voters care more about “not Tory” than about their actual preferred party, which not all do.

I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Labour voters for example would prefer a Tory to a defector.

That seems unlikely when you consider the history of that seat. There wasn't a tradition of Labour or Lib Dem doing particularly well. They have done a lot better recently because of opposition to Brexit in this seat. It seems likely that a lot of them would have wanting to vote for either to keep the Conservative out. It would only have required 34% of the Labour vote to switch to Lib Dem to achieve that.

Only 28% if the 728 Green voters voted for Lib Dems as well.

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Just woken up to the miserable news. However, to quote Theresa May ‘nothing has changed’.  There is still a party (and an electorate) hostile to my aspirations for home ownership. As a Millennial, this vote has only confirmed that political solutions to intergenerational inequality will not be forthcoming all that soon. I will continue to save and will reign in Xmas spending.

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14 minutes ago, Kosmin said:

MonsieurCropperCrutch was right: you are a moron. Do you really think there weren't 4,000 of those 11,624 Labour voters who were remainers and could potentially have voted Lib Dem?

The SNP are as opposed to Brexit as the Lib Dems, so that wasn't why Swinson lost. 

I'll answer that though. You forget that a lot of Scotland voted leave, because Wee Jimmy Krankie and her cronies Ian and co make out that none of the country voted to leave. But they did....

Corbyn is anti EU and Labour campaigned on a leaving the EU manifesto. Therefore you cannot claim that these Labour 11k votes were for remain. It's all pie in the sky for you and mickey mouse calculations and wishful thinking.

The Lib dems performance so far tonight shows that their cancel brexit policy is not what the public desire. It was the same in the last election too. Wake up face facts get on with your life, sometimes you do loose. Accept it.

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30 minutes ago, scottbeard said:

Only if you think both Labour and Lib Dem voters care more about “not Tory” than about their actual preferred party, which not all do.

I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Labour voters for example would prefer a Tory to a defector.

What about Kensington? Cons get a little over 100 more votes than Labour. Lib Dems get 9,000. Were 200 of those Lib Dems remainers who wanted to stop Brexit? 

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