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trebore wrote:trebore
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Exam technique lesson 1....always read the question :lol:
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Unread post by endoftheroadp » Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:15 pm

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add on the SNP and bingo

welcome to Downing st Mr Milliband :clap:

On an historical point the Tories have not won an election for twenty three years :oops:
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LordLuken wrote:UKIP
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You look like you really don't want to win your Lordship

Sophie too much for you ?

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endoftheroadp wrote:
LordLuken wrote:UKIP
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You look like you really don't want to win your Lordship

Sophie too much for you ?
I believe the country want a change from all of the other muppets that have been in the past and won't want to be the usual sheep by re-electing one of the usual three. Therefore, would suggest I have the only plausible winning answer. :D To answer your other question I have met Sophie on a couple of occassions in the past, but shamefully to date never yet experienced the fun side of her. I cannot state whether she would be too much fun for me or not....but I did say "YET"! :D
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Unread post by royaldansk » Thu Apr 23, 2015 6:29 am

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I also believe that the country needs and wants a change with the normal parties but we also don't have that much confidence in any others to lead the country. do we really want to get them in just to "see how it goes"

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Unread post by TheBaron » Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:50 am

Forever Yorkshire by a Million seats - Fook all the rest.
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Unread post by Mistermc » Thu Apr 23, 2015 3:21 pm

room1day wrote:
trebore wrote:thanking you all for pointing it out but i sufer from essencal tremor and i shake a lot it should of read 26 for you perfect people with no health problems
i vote conservative
26 seats
I will of course offer apologies ..
But in this medium we converse in
That is purely indeterminable .. How
Many people here know in Chinese ??
If your in the Chinese I'll have a Chicken Curry please :whistle:

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room1day wrote:
LordLuken wrote:
endoftheroadp wrote:
LordLuken wrote:UKIP
3 Seats

You look like you really don't want to win your Lordship

Sophie too much for you ?
I believe the country want a change from all of the other muppets that have been in the past and won't want to be the usual sheep by re-electing one of the usual three. Therefore, would suggest I have the only plausible winning answer. :D To answer your other question I have met Sophie on a couple of occassions in the past, but shamefully to date never yet experienced the fun side of her. I cannot state whether she would be too much fun for me or not....but I did say "YET"! :D
Ukip... Agree with a lot but unfortunately
Not politically sound

Other question. I know you both.. She'd kill you
But take it from me .. YOUD LOVE IT ...
I kinda get that impression! :P :D
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Unread post by sophie » Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:01 am

Keep em coming guys
Love the banter too
Ps don,t ask me as I haven,t got the foggiest, and regardless we are screwed :mrgreen:
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Unread post by mrmadness » Fri Apr 24, 2015 3:07 am

Labour by 3 seats.

It's going to be very very close.

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Unread post by TheBaron » Fri Apr 24, 2015 9:50 am

@ Sophie U may not have the foggiest but U got this right
regardless we are screwed
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Unread post by endoftheroadp » Fri Apr 24, 2015 10:43 am

sophie wrote:Keep em coming guys
Love the banter too
Ps don,t ask me as I haven,t got the foggiest, and regardless we are screwed :mrgreen:
(Waiting for a smart arse) :whistle:
I am sick of being screwed by Cameron and I fancy a change, Nicola Sturgeon looks good a lot more screwable

I hope she has a little red dress....

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Unread post by TheBaron » Mon Apr 27, 2015 9:12 am

charisma wrote:Conservative 13

But labour rule via coalition/minority govenment
If UKIP get enough seats it will be TORY/UKIP not LABOUR/SNP (god help us is these two unite)
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Unread post by TheBaron » Mon Apr 27, 2015 1:54 pm

SNP/plaid/labour
any party who unites with nationalist party/parties wil be betraying England
& or the UK if U believe in the Union which I do not - the buggers bleed England dry.
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Re: Competition. The general election

Unread post by mrmadness » Mon Apr 27, 2015 9:57 pm

What I find interesting is that according to the poll estimators, which are extremely accurate these days, nobody will be able to effectively govern in a couple of weeks!

- The Tories aren't getting a majority
- Labour won't be getting a majority either
- The SNP are going to have such as high number of seats that they can sway any parliamentary vote
- Labour won't go into a coalition with SNP
- Nick Clegg very easily could be losing his seat, with his potential replacements all much further to the left than him - either way difficult to see them agreeing to another coalition.
- UKIP don't look to be getting many seats despite the surge in popularity.


It will be either a Conservative or Labour minority government at best. But with Labour, a potentially more to the left Lib Dems and the SNP there, the Tories will find it impossible to push through austerity like they want to. One thing this election campaign has done is basically wipe the Conservative party out of Scotland for many years to come. They've done that to themselves with the comments being made.

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Unread post by Kinky Kerry » Wed Apr 29, 2015 8:21 am

charisma wrote:
room1day wrote:
TheBaron wrote:
charisma wrote:Conservative 13

But labour rule via coalition/minority govenment
If UKIP get enough seats it will be TORY/UKIP not LABOUR/SNP (god help us is these two unite)
100%
assuming labour get wiped out in Scotland and the SNP back labour on a coalition/vote by vote basis,, ukip would need to win about 15 seats to sway things back to the Tories if my 13 seat margin is cortect. as it stands, they have a realistic chance in about 4 seats and are expected to win just 1 of them.

the big question is how much will the lib dem vote collapse and where will their voters turn. that is what will sway the result I reckon
It will be one of the most interesting elections for a long time I'm still not sure who I will be voting for and I only have just over a week to decide.

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Unread post by TheBaron » Wed Apr 29, 2015 9:07 am

a price I would gladly pay to be rid of the tories
yes stop austerity & cause all those money problems again oh & perhaps
they could lie again for a new war for our Soldiers to die in - their the
ones who paid the price last time :!: not some obscure left wing idiot.

Vote Yorkshire forever - register your protest against all the giveaways to the
Scots N.Ireland & wales.

PS I hate the Tories too but on balance they do less harm than MilliBeans crowd
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