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#575279
Another clearly presented video narrated by Stephen Fry. These should be shown before and after every news broadcast and party political broadcast.



All the other informative vids here
https://www.helpsavedemocracy.com/brexit
Malcolm Armsteen liked this
#576326
I’m still trying to work out whether a Lib Dem revival helps or hinders Labour in a GE tbh. In a scenario where the Lib Dem’s achieve, say, 18% then they would quite easily take a dozen or so seats from the Tories, and possibly even a few more. Elsewhere, however, they could end up splitting the vote and allow the Tories to sail clean through the middle.

Headaches all round, although I’m still inclined to think a Lib Dem uptick causes more problems for the Tories than it does Labour.

Any thoughts?
#576331
bluebellnutter wrote:
Tue May 28, 2019 12:59 pm
EU Membership has been the right'wing's figleaf for all the bad things.

Goodness knows what blame plan B will be if we do leave?

The unelected despotic WTO, anybody?
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He is not an astute political commentator, but Liam Gallagher - when sober - can tell something is a load of shite when he sees it.
#576998
Boiler wrote:
Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:04 am
Conservative party member, but voted for the Brexit Party.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/stories-4 ... o-politics
I'd never vote for anybody with blonde hair and black eyebrows.
Learned that lesson after Alistair Darling.
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