Voting Intentions

Discussion in 'Brexit & Politics' started by Forage Trader, May 6, 2019.

  1. Perhaps expand your comment then please, as I don’t know which part of the report or my comment you disagree with.
     
  2. renewablejohn

    renewablejohn Member

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    Your comments assume we no longer have nuclear research facilities but that is not the case. We have always operated nuclear research facilities being a nuclear power but being a nuclear power allows us to operate under the radar of the IAEA.
     
  3. Pretty sure that they're all shut down now John - in and out of safeguards. Certainly nothing left that we could use to make Tc-99.
     
  4. Ley253

    Ley253 Member

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    Well, Aunt Sally and Wurzle have fallen in love, and the "withdrawal" Zombie is heading back to parliament. Who can vote for either now?
     
  5. Forage Trader

    Forage Trader Member

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    They are shitting bricks the pair of them
    They will vote for a deal now whatever it is
     
  6. arcobob

    arcobob Member

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    I downloaded the candidate list for all parties in my region and recognise one name, that of a sitting UKIP MEP who attends and reports regularly in the local press.As for the rest the Lib Dems are pro EU as are the greens, but, Tories and Labour--who knows? There are therefore two parties who claim to represent my views (leave), one is a good local representative and will get one vote and the others will get the pin treatment.
     
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  7. It’s a bit sad to only be interested in one issue imo
     
  8. uztrac

    uztrac Member

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    As a plus he is also a farmer !!!
     
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  9. Ley253

    Ley253 Member

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    And in doing so, will damage their parties, May will finish destroying the conservatives, and make a labour government certain. Corbyn will win an election, and the opposition will be a little more effective, as its likely to compromise of Brexit MPs. However, the turnout will be low so knocking Corbyns credibility.
     
  10. MiJ

    MiJ Member

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    Not this time it isn’t.
     
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  11. Ley253

    Ley253 Member

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    That issue is the cement that binds all others, and while its liquid, they are just drifting.
     
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  12. arcobob

    arcobob Member

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    It is very sad that we will be voting at all. Bearing in mind that UKIP and The Brexit Party don`t want to be in the EU there is no other issue.
     
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  13. Ley253

    Ley253 Member

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    Mother Theresa will fight to the last conservative to nurture the succubus she has produced. Then she will start on labour! Oh hang on, she already has!
     
  14. JCfarmer

    JCfarmer Member

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    Brexit party all the way, I would like to think Farage also would make PM perhaps one day. He says and does mostly what I think and would happily have a pint with him. Teresa May I would have a drink with but would have to politely tell her a few home truths , leave the EU and your position please. I can't tell you what I would happily like to do to Corbyn the feckin communist idiot bastward!!!
     
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  15. uztrac

    uztrac Member

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    Well said JCF,my views entirely.>
     


  16. Bloody hell. Just when you think this forum has sunk as low as is possible, it finds even deeper depths:(:(:(
     
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  17. JCfarmer

    JCfarmer Member

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    (y)
     
  18. uztrac

    uztrac Member

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    As you have commented JCF "The Nige " would make an excellent PM,and many many millions of citizens agree with you.I await the results of the euro election with interest.
     
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  19. arcobob

    arcobob Member

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    Norfolk
    No, it’s just surfacing.:LOL:
     
  20. stewart

    stewart Member

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    Bay of Plenty NZ
    I am sure that Farage and his ilk appeal to the blue rinse brigade, with his tub thumping rhetoric, where Britain will be a self determining Nation (whatever that is) will regain its Sovereignty (despite never losing it) will be in control of its own destiny (as it always was) and when negotiating trade Johnny Foreigner will have to dance to the UKs tune, however he does not appeal to me and just comes across as a school boy bully, which may well be fine in the sand pit at public school, that arrogance and talking over the top of your trade partners round the negotiating table may not work out to be so effective on the world stage.
     

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