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Grim74
May 27, 2019, 8:24am
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Brexit party on 31% and LD on 21% and Green on 12%. Remainers slightly ahead.


Here comes the spin 😂
The people who voted for the Brexit party was on the ONE issue alone! Factor in the 3m plus EU citizens (who would not be allowed to vote in a referendum or a GE) who undoubtedly voted for a pro remain party and your grip on them straws soon slips😎


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Well, you couldn't really vote for the 'Brexit Party' for anything other than a one issue reason. They don't have any policies! Too lazy to even pencil in a manifesto but then people might not like what they stand for.

Calling them a political party is a bit generous as well. They are a limited company with no policies and no members. How does this make a political party, I wonder? Oh well, their newly-elected MEPs will no doubt be very happy to take a generous pay-off from the EU if we do leave or will just copy their UKIP forebears if we stay by not attending, not voting and fiddling their expenses.
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Tories and Labour got a huge bashing but it just seems people are spinning it either as 'the success of the Brexit Party shows we need to deliver Brexit ' or 'The success of the Lib Dems and Greens shows we need to put it back to the people.' So essentially we're still at round about 52%-48% and set for the same discussions and arguments we've been having for the last two and a bit years and probably will have until we and a couple more generations die.

At least Steven Yaxley-Lennon was buried.


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Well, you couldn't really vote for the 'Brexit Party' for anything other than a one issue reason. They don't have any policies! Too lazy to even pencil in a manifesto but then people might not like what they stand for.

Calling them a political party is a bit generous as well. They are a limited company with no policies and no members. How does this make a political party, I wonder? Oh well, their newly-elected MEPs will no doubt be very happy to take a generous pay-off from the EU if we do leave or will just copy their UKIP forebears if we stay by not attending, not voting and fiddling their expenses.


Ooh not bitter much ...... love it 😂

Pleased you acknowledged the generous pay-off what a ridiculous and absurd waste of taxpayers money, the EU treat us like mugs yet another reason to leave this corrupt mafia.


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40% voted for Remain parties, 35% voted for Brexit parties, 25% voted Labour Tory. Just underlines how split the country is.

The next PM will be chosen by 320 Tory MPs and then 160,000 Tory subscribers and will then, probably, be kicked out by a vote of no confidence and we end up with a GE, probably another hung Parliament and we go round in ever decreasing circles.

What a mess!
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Quoted from KingstonMariner
Brexit party on 31% and LD on 21% and Green on 12%. Remainers slightly ahead.


You missed the cons and UKIP off that list, although we know your bias at least you could post the truth.

The overwhelming truth is that a party with one aim has come from no where in six weeks to blow all the other parties away, The Lib dems are it seems the only other party to say they want to remain and will do a people's vote, this is just opportunist vote grabbing, the lib dems are a nothing party these days all wind.

The split is a lot closer than the 2016 vote, still Brexit is in the lead all be it by a hair, still I guess there are a lot of old racists alive, give it a decade and the vote will swing the other way eh. The people are still ignorant and don't know what they are voting for, Breixt is falling off a cliff, sad face.



Here print off your own Tim Fallon, Falling off a cliff Brexit mask, you too can join in showing your angst.



And don't forget to learn the EU Remainers war dance.



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40% voted for Remain parties, 35% voted for Brexit parties, 25% voted Labour Tory. Just underlines how split the country is.

The next PM will be chosen by 320 Tory MPs and then 160,000 Tory subscribers and will then, probably, be kicked out by a vote of no confidence and we end up with a GE, probably another hung Parliament and we go round in ever decreasing circles.

What a mess!


Just what Vlad wanted. From one of the most stable parliaments and democracies in the world to this.
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You missed the cons and UKIP off that list, although we know your bias at least you could post the truth.

The overwhelming truth is that a party with one aim has come from no where in six weeks to blow all the other parties away, The Lib dems are it seems the only other party to say they want to remain and will do a people's vote, this is just opportunist vote grabbing, the lib dems are a nothing party these days all wind.

The split is a lot closer than the 2016 vote, still Brexit is in the lead all be it by a hair, still I guess there are a lot of old racists alive, give it a decade and the vote will swing the other way eh. The people are still ignorant and don't know what they are voting for, Breixt is falling off a cliff, sad face.



Here print off your own Tim Fallon, Falling off a cliff Brexit mask, you too can join in showing your angst.



And don't forget to learn the EU Remainers war dance.



I wondered how long it would be before you popped up with your mad pictures. By the way, you're out of date with the LD leader. The last pic is particularly childish. You don't represent your cause in a good light. If I was a Brexiteer I'd be embarrassed to be associated with people like you.

No spin. Just facts. I also missed SNP, PC, CHUK off. The Cons are not a Brexit party. They're split.  A lot of the Brexit supporting Tory voters switched to Farage.

As for Brexit coming from nowhere in 6 weeks. All they've acheived is grab most of UKIP's votes and some of the Tories, plus the odd socialist.


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40% voted for Remain parties, 35% voted for Brexit parties, 25% voted Labour Tory. Just underlines how split the country is.

The next PM will be chosen by 320 Tory MPs and then 160,000 Tory subscribers and will then, probably, be kicked out by a vote of no confidence and we end up with a GE, probably another hung Parliament and we go round in ever decreasing circles.

What a mess!


The biggest percentage was the ones who could not be bothered to vote for whatever reason.


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I wondered how long it would be before you popped up with your mad pictures. By the way, you're out of date with the LD leader. The last pic is particularly childish. You don't represent your cause in a good light. If I was a Brexiteer I'd be embarrassed to be associated with people like you.

No spin. Just facts. I also missed SNP, PC, CHUK off. The Cons are not a Brexit party. They're split.  A lot of the Brexit supporting Tory voters switched to Farage.

As for Brexit coming from nowhere in 6 weeks. All they've acheived is grab most of UKIP's votes and some of the Tories, plus the odd socialist.


Me with my mad pictures and you with your videos of Grim74 at home, you call me childish, you sit aloft in your ivory tower looking down on everyone else who has a different view to you yours, like most cry baby remoaners, (sad face) falling off a cliff Brexit.

I haven't used Tim Fallon as the Leader of the Lim Dems but that annoying cry baby face he used to pull when mentioning Brexit and falling off a cliff, Tim Fallon is the face of falling off a cliff Brexit (sad Brexit face)



The cons are in the main a Brexit Party as they triggered article 50 and have put forward plans for the deal, der. It's the remoaners from the other parties that are stopping democracy and those Brexiteers within the Cons who would rather have a no deal with the league of remoaners from other parties.

Come back with some real stats including how many people overall in the UK voted for the Brexit party but you won't will you. Below is North East Lincs results, Brexit parties well in the lead.



North East Lincolnshire results
Change UK – The Independent Group: 871 (2.67%)

Conservative and Unionist Party: 3,224 (9.9%)

English Democrats: 445 (1.37%)

Green Party: 2,370 (7.28%)

Labour Party: 3,444 (10.58%)

Liberal Democrats: 2,916 (8.95%)

The Brexit Party: 16,895 (51.88%)

The Yorkshire Party: 168 (0.52%)

UK Independence Party (UKIP): 2,234 (6.86%)

Total votes counted: 32,567

Electorate: 114,382

Turnout: 28.7%

The Brexit party didn't exist 6 weeks ago, it has just knocked out all the major players in politics, had this been a remoaners party you would have wet your pants and be doing your EU war dance outside the Town hall.



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