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They've absolutely shit the bed. Worse than I could have imagined. No point crying about it. Just have to get on with it. Starting with a new leader. 

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I shouldn't be after Christ knows how many elections or referendums, but I am shocked to the point my faith in the British public is now non existent.

I knew they couldn't be trusted when they voted out Spencer from BB3, and it just gets worse to the point of the UK public wanting to hang themselves.

How the fuck can anyone in the North East honestly believe a Tory Govt is right for them?

Edited by Teedy Kay

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2 minutes ago, Teedy Kay said:

I shouldn't be after Christ knows how many elections or referendums, but I am shocked to the point my faith in the British public is now non existent.

I knew they couldn't be trusted when they voted out Spencer from BB3, and it just gets worse to the point of the UK public wanting to hang themselves.

How the fuck can anyone in the North East honestly believe a Tory Govt is right for them?

A lot of this areas voted leave and are now backing the party they see as been able to deliver it. It's a one issue election, always was.

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26 minutes ago, 300 said:

Since when did ‘rasslin fans become so leftie??

An industry where workers have no rights, work themselves to death and can’t afford medical bills?

I’ll get back to you.

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I'm feeling now like a one issue election has ended up indirectly costing us the chance of a socialist government any time soon.

Has Cameron accidentally played a blinder here? Chances of a labour government any time soon is surely lower than it's been for years.

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5 minutes ago, Frankie Crisp said:

An industry where workers have no rights, work themselves to death and can’t afford medical bills?

I’ll get back to you.

Sorry. I’m talking about UK wrestling fans.

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Just now, JNLister said:

I fear Johnson has already won the 2024 election.

Yeah I think the same but hanging on to the thought that this was a one issue election that won’t be sorted out quickly, and new Tory voters will see how shit he actually is and not get bitten again. 
 

Then I remember this is the British public we are talking about. 

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26 minutes ago, JNLister said:

I fear Johnson has already won the 2024 election.

Surely Brexit will be over by then? Leavers will wonder why it wasn't a magic button that improved their lives and gave money back to local services. Hopefully they'll want Tory scalps.

Does it have to turn into Mad Max before people stop voting Tory? Fuck me!

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2 hours ago, ColinBollocks said:

It will be interesting to see how Sturgeon navigates the next few years. Scotland turning into a Simpsons character on the electoral map makes it fairly clear what Scotland thinks of all this.

They'll likely push for another independence vote, to the surprise of no one. The only real difference between a new vote in a year or two and the previous vote is that the oil revenue predictions have dropped substantially.

Last time the financial argument was fairly open for debate, and the remain side still won. This time, it will be more clear-cut so I can see a larger vote in favour of remain. The Scottish GDP deficit is sitting at something like 8%, and the financial gap would see a requirement for austerity measures within Scotland that would make the Tories look like Corbyn-style spend-merchants, 

It would mean massive cuts to public services, or ridiculous taxes introduced. I can't see the idealistic, teary-eyed nationalistic argument standing up to the financial argument.

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24 minutes ago, Rob Lowe said:

Surely Brexit will be over by then? Leavers will wonder why it wasn't a magic button that improved their lives and gave money back to local services. Hopefully they'll want Tory scalps.

Naa, they’ll just be distracted by celebrity jungles and will be too busy ridiculing his opposition based on whatever shoes they’re wearing.

My faith in the general public was already pretty low from last time. This is verging on absolute comedy, but in the same way the final destination films were funny.

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Newcastle East (my local constituency) remained Labour, but Darlington, where I grew up and was a longtime Labour town, has voted Tory. Fuck that town.

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