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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

AtariLegend wrote:

Who else watched the debate tonight?

Declan94
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

Declan94 wrote:
AtariLegend wrote:

Who else watched the debate tonight?

you from the uk?

wasted
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

wasted wrote:

It’s kind of bipolar. The Tories and Brexit seem at right angles to what Corbyn wants to do. But if you want out of Brexit Labour seem to be the last chance.

I have no idea what’s best really. I guess Corbyn will help the poor out so that’s good. UK seems like it should be a socialist country, it’s never been this kind riding Harley down the highway to freedom, it’s just living on tea n toast in the rain watching free tv in the rain. Rain basically.

Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

AtariLegend wrote:

We're a 1 party country. This will make it 50 years since a non conservative other than Tony Blair won an election.

Every single one since Maggie Thatcher had Murdoch's approval.

I"m tapping out on politics after this election. How can 60% or 70% country vote against a party that wins every fucking election.

Tories are almost 50% in one of the polls.

wasted
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

wasted wrote:

Tbh Corbyn’s Policies sound wild. He’s not on side with big business like Blair. UK is all about its money. At least Corbyn is on the left not a centrist. There’s a choice between being part of the US or being a communist country.

Declan94
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

Declan94 wrote:

i thought this forum was full of americans only? glad to see people from the uk on here i live in scotland

wasted
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

wasted wrote:

I wonder how long the UK will last after Brexit, Northern Ireland is going and Scotland have wanted out since Trainspotting came out. If there was 4 separate countries that would make the rugby extra feisty.

A Private Eye
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

Thing is if Labour had pulled their thumb out of their arse and ditched Corbyn a year or so ago they’d have a real chance. Distrust in Boris is high but very few see Corbyn as PM material. There’s some capable people in the shadow cabinet.

The silver lining of a Boris win would be it would hopefully signal the end of Corbyn.

Declan94
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Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

Declan94 wrote:
A Private Eye wrote:

Thing is if Labour had pulled their thumb out of their arse and ditched Corbyn a year or so ago they’d have a real chance. Distrust in Boris is high but very few see Corbyn as PM material. There’s some capable people in the shadow cabinet.

The silver lining of a Boris win would be it would hopefully signal the end of Corbyn.

what do you have against corbyn?

Re: The United Kingdom General Election, 2nd May 2024

AtariLegend wrote:
A Private Eye wrote:

Thing is if Labour had pulled their thumb out of their arse and ditched Corbyn a year or so ago they’d have a real chance. Distrust in Boris is high but very few see Corbyn as PM material. There’s some capable people in the shadow cabinet.

The silver lining of a Boris win would be it would hopefully signal the end of Corbyn.

You can get rid off Corbyn with a hung parliment too.

This is the last chance to stop Brexit. That's the selling point.

It'd force a second referendum.

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