Prediction League Election Poll

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Election poll

  1. Conservative

    10 vote(s)
    43.5%
  2. Labour

    4 vote(s)
    17.4%
  3. Lib Dem

    2 vote(s)
    8.7%
  4. Undecided

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Other

    3 vote(s)
    13.0%
  6. Not voting

    4 vote(s)
    17.4%
  1. SuperChrissyisfantasticPardswasatrocious

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    Not really public - said it to me. Respect those that can't see themselves working with Corbyn deciding to stand down.

    Irony is he will probably be gone by middle of June though.
     
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    Corbyn has peaked already. Speaking at a Labour rally in Croydon, with a specially selected audience he actually spoke rather well. Let's see what happens when he goes up North<yikes>.
     
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  3. Royston

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    When Labour has young incumbent MPs standing down in places like Middlesbrough & Hartlepool you know they are in trouble.
     
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  5. AllHellLetLoose

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    Does he have a drinking problem then?
     
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    Yep, it was who I alluded to last night. Someone else is too, though don't think thats public yet.
     
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    We smashed a bar a few weeks back to celebrate his 25 years. Felt like death the next day.
     
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  8. Royston

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    Jeremy certainly looked happy at his rally earlier - given a rapturous standing ovation even before he had spoken.

    Unfortunately the audience were handpicked Corbyn supporters <laugh>

    It's just the other 25m people who are going to vote that he has to convince now

    #TheHardBit
     
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  9. ForestHillBilly

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    I was at Sunderland Road celebrating his first win 25 years ago. I'd just spent 4 days replastering the kitchen-diner, and needed a reward<ale><ale><ale><ale><ale><ale><ale><ale><ale>. He took the seat fro John Maples at the second attempt. Maples was a sore loser, and made a very ungracious speech.
     
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    Did my work experience down there. Be interesting to see who replaces Jim now - it's a comfortable seat but I'm sure Jezza can **** it up somewhere.
     
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    His 25 year old son Seb is going to be gifted a safe seat apparently.

    So are two of the staff in his office.

    So much for anti establishment Jezza
     
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    Hope he does it to be honest - looking forward to his halo slipping.
     
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    I think that will happen on 8 June
     
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    That's when he will be humiliated.
     
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  15. ForestHillBilly

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    Doesn't he just love the adulation of the Corbynistas? As one traditional Labour voter said "He can lead a protest but he can't lead his party". Apparently when the election was announced he spoke at a meeting of the PLP, and notonce did he mention Winning, or the concept of winning. I don't think his fans are really interested in winning
    That happened already when he made Sami Chakrabati a Dame in return for clearing the Labour party of anti-semitism.
    Any body think he's trying to copy the Trump campaign?
     
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  16. Royston

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    Latest poll tonight ...

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  17. Miketyson2007Junior

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    I couldn't name the leader of the Lib Dems until around a month ago.

    Corbyn seems to think identifying problems is the same as policy.

    I don't agree with much of what May says.

    I can't vote for any of them without feeling dirty. Will vote for the minister for chocolate if he makes a grand return to my constituency.
     
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    Out of all the candidates for PM, only May seems to have a pair of balls.
     
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  19. ForestHillBilly

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    Our local MP is Joe Johnson, brother of Boris. All I know about him is that he is universally regarded as a nice chap, and he will win by a landslide. Never heard of him doing anything for Orpington.
     
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  20. Royston

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    No 'e' there in Jo.

    As you know, I canvassed for him after he was adopted in 2010. Huge brain, if a little diffident for my taste.
     
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