Re: Theresa May
Well if Boris does not deliver Brexit at the and of October, and it's by no means certain that he'll be able to given such a thin majority, then it'll be an election before Christmas, and Farage flakes for breakfast in the new year.
Has politics ever been more exciting?
Re: Theresa May
Did you have any particular one in mind?
How about your demonstrated Johnsonesque levels of honesty?
it'll be an election before Christmas, and Farage flakes for breakfast in the new year.
Like he did in Peterborough?
Like the 11 LESS Eurosceptic MP's voted in in the European elections?
On that form, he will just get some of the Tory vote
- but others will get at least as many of the Tory votes to add to their own.
The Brexit party y will be who they represent - the ever present NF hard core, a minority of the Tory party (the Nasty party bit of the Tory Party at that) and a very very few of 'labour' voters.
The only danger is that they all vote, but others are sick of it.
I think its HIGHLY likely that even Corbyn won't lose that many to the Brexiters - although he may well lose loads to the libdems and greens.
Farage didn't even do well enough well where the Tories stepped out of the way for him, and wouldn't have done that well in either if the Tories hadn't stepped aside.
and you all know it
Its why you are all scared to death of a confirmatory vote now the truth is getting out there despite the lies spun by the Johnsonesque.
Other than: Bankrupt businesses, Devalued currency, Chlorine bleached chicken, Climate Science Denial, Milk from infected udders and the NHS sold to US pharmaceuticals and insurance companies?
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