Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Barry Haynes, Apr 24, 2019.
I voted for Anne Widdecombe.
I thought both labour and conservative had in their manifestos a leave stance.
How are they suddenly neutral?
I've interpreted your true desire for you
The liberal elites decided this whilst munching on their organic avocado on sour dough toast flown in from distant shores.
Although Corbyn is still sitting on the fence and he clearly lost the pro Brexit Labour voters, so that's a neutral (not proven) for me.
However, the Tories are clearly pro party, so that graph is wrong, it should be 40.4 (anti) versus and 44 (pro).
On top of that, they define antibrexit parties as those in favour of another referendum. That doesn't necessarily mean that they are against leaving the EU.
The boffins have said that established parties have their core voters, like the SNP, Lib Dem, Green, where pro and remain vote for them, its all spin. It dont matter how you, I or anyone interprets it, lets see what happens next!
She sounds like mother in The Life Of Brian.
I would pay good money to hear her describing Farage:
" he's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy."
I notice that the source of that chart is the BBC so there is absolutely no possible hint of bias in the reporting.
Have we left yet?
Who knows ...we are under the Kosh of a load of potential dictators and i mean all of them .
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