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  • Offline Serious

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UK local elections
on: May 04, 2018, 19:49:36 PM
Except for the near total wipe out of UKIP, down from the 126 seats they had last time which were being contested down to just 3 nothing much happened. Laour gained 59 seats, Conservatives lost31, Lib Dems up 75.

It's almost as if the Labour Party and Conservatives have the same basic plan.

UKIP is financially broke, and was expected to do badly anyway. The question is, will Labour read it as a sign that Brexit might be less popular now or just ignore it?

In the end, under the present incompetent idiots in charge of UK Gov I couldn't vote Conservative, or Labour. I don't trust the Lib-Dems so voted Green - they had no chance of getting in but it was the only option left.

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Re: UK local elections
Reply #1 on: May 05, 2018, 07:38:17 AM
At least the almost complete loss of UKIP happened. That makes me feel a little better.

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Re: UK local elections
Reply #2 on: May 05, 2018, 15:04:49 PM
In the end, under the present incompetent idiots in charge of UK Gov I couldn't vote Conservative, or Labour.

Indeed, neither fit to run a bath.
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