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Yesterday, 21:17   #2681
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Originally Posted by tinfoilhat View Post
I think that's very optimistic, but if you think the the lib dems are going ride to a general election victory (as they're the only proper pro eu party around) or forge a coalition with the snp, now is the time to make the bet - remember Leicester! Libdems are 33-1 to win the most seats, UKIP are on 25-1.
I think they have a valid argument, but since the Tories are in control, they will take the credit or blame when they force it through.
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Today, 00:43   #2682
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Originally Posted by Cyclone View Post
Given the strength of feeling against the brexit result I suspect that any party with a manifesto to not leave would give the conservatives a kicking in an election.
Considering a GE will not take place until after we have left it wont make a blind bit of difference.
The EU PAC-MAN lost.
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