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General Election 12 December.

nikki-red

This is NOT to become a second Brexit thread.

Thank you.

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Looking forward to the local British Chamber xmas lunch tomorrow, as the Brit ambassador is guest-speaking, with the GE result expectedly as hot off the press as it gets :twisted:

 

I bet he's busy doing a Johnson today, and writing two speeches :D

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No matter who you vote for, nothing will beat this leader's Christmas card.

 

"Leave it Tony, he's not worth it"

 

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1 hour ago, alchresearch said:

No matter who you vote for, nothing will beat this leader's Christmas card.

 

"Leave it Tony, he's not worth it"

 

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ARRRRRRRRRH! 

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To me this election is all about Brexit. It is a big mess and needs to be taken care of first and foremost. A couple of labour vultures were at the polling station and like the picture above not even worth spitting at. They could have done a lot for the area but instead its gone to the dogs and that's being polite.

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2 hours ago, alchresearch said:

No matter who you vote for, nothing will beat this leader's Christmas card.

 

"Leave it Tony, he's not worth it"

 

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That’s one ugly glove puppet that Cherie is wearing 

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2 hours ago, alchresearch said:

No matter who you vote for, nothing will beat this leader's Christmas card.

 

"Leave it Tony, he's not worth it"

 

_98633918_blair-card-464.jpg

I'm not a violent person but if two faces were made for slapping  we've got them both on one photo 

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Just been to vote and a man at the entrance, who said he was a "Libdem teller," was asking everybody for the voter number on their card, or if not, their  address.

 

Was he legally able to do this?

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Just now, Gormenghast said:

Just been to vote and a man at the entrance, who said he was a "Libdem teller," was asking everybody for the voter number on their card, or if not, their  address.

 

Was he legally able to do this?

He’s allowed to ask. 
 

I always tell them to mind their own business.

 

It is to help them to get their vote out.

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I've asked before when I went to vote once. Why does your voter number have to be on the vote? Doesn't it mean it's not anonymous vote? I can't remember the answer.

 

 

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