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br jones

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The latest polling conducted by KantarTNS shows the Tories have jumped from 25 per cent in May to 42 per cent in August
Putting the latest data into the Electoral Calculus website suggests Mr Johnson could win a huge majority at a snap general election
 

Danllan

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Maybe its this
The latest polling conducted by KantarTNS shows the Tories have jumped from 25 per cent in May to 42 per cent in August
Putting the latest data into the Electoral Calculus website suggests Mr Johnson could win a huge majority at a snap general election
Which is why Jeremy Corbyn is absolutely sh!tting himself and is doing his best to try and make himself relevant... :ROFLMAO:
 

Danllan

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Agree with that
How different everything would be if labour had something resembling a normal leader
Surprising though it is, I'm to the right in politics, but I'm not bound to any party and I am a democrat first and foremost and... we need a plausible opposition to have a healthy democracy. I think that, once JC is done away with, Labour will have finally learnt that there is no place for the far Left in government here.

The problem with that is Momentum... they have done a very good job of taking over that particular asylum. A very good friend of mine is - probably - going to be 'deselected', so that will be one less good borough councillor in London come the next elections... it really is madness.
 
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capfits

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Anyone else notice the "Boris bounce" has only come about due to his lack of appearances on his favourite haunt, the telly.

If he calls an election then he will get probed more so than a constipated Columbian drug mule at customs.
The outcome may be the same :poop:.

Have to say the controller's appear to be doing a good job in keeping him on the leash.
 

rob1

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Anyone else notice the "Boris bounce" has only come about due to his lack of appearances on his favourite haunt, the telly.

If he calls an election then he will get probed more so than a constipated Columbian drug mule at customs.
The outcome may be the same :poop:.

Have to say the controller's appear to be doing a good job in keeping him on the leash.
If he carries out his pledge to leave on the 31st oct this year and the world doesnt end within a month then he will be able to call an election and win big, unless of course labour ditch corbyn fast and get someone sensible in, clocks ticking on both of them one is going to be having a happy xmas the other could well be a has been
 

czechmate

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If he carries out his pledge to leave on the 31st oct this year and the world doesnt end within a month then he will be able to call an election and win big, unless of course labour ditch corbyn fast and get someone sensible in, clocks ticking on both of them one is going to be having a happy xmas the other could well be a has been

What on earth do you mean by the world coming to an end?
Do you seriously believe that humans can bring the world to an end?
Crikey, your really not setting the bar high if to be a success the world manages to continue for a couple of months...
After several billion years so far
 
What on earth do you mean by the world coming to an end?
Do you seriously believe that humans can bring the world to an end?
Crikey, your really not setting the bar high if to be a success the world manages to continue for a couple of months...
After several billion years so far
"The remainers keep on as if it will be ",though don't they !
 
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Just recently ,probaly since boris became chief ,90% of the comments in the brexit thread are from remainers ,and they seen to be foaming at the mouth somewhat
I was of the opinion that it is a case of many leavers thinking, he's in now, we better see how he does before we commit to saying too much.

A bit like how Boris and Nigel disappeared after the UK voted to leave.
 

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Written by Agriland Team

Machinery was destroyed – along with a shed and a number of bales – in an overnight farm fire in Co. Down over the weekend – which is the latest in a series of shed fires believed to be started deliberately.

In a statement on social media, local members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) confirmed the news of the incident, which took place near Banbridge...
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