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    Poll: We should have had you as Remainís Campaign...

    We should have had you as Remainís Campaign Director, would have wiped the floor with Cummings and co. Miles better to state the positives than Project Fear. The lies on the NHS would have taken...
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    Poll: If people in those constituencies think the Tory...

    If people in those constituencies think the Tory party version 2019 is going to help them and millions of other working families they are in for a major disappointment. It would mean Barnsley and...
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    Poll: Parliament is broadly reflective of how the...

    Parliament is broadly reflective of how the country voted in 2017 and will be reflective of how the country votes again in a GE Nov or after. Thatís separate from a single issue referendum. As others...
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    Poll: No it hasn't - they've had three opportunities to...

    No it hasn't - they've had three opportunities to push the button on Brexit and almost all of them understand the consequences of not respecting the vote. The purists on the remainer but especially...
  5. Poll: Broadly agree - depends on whether the less...

    Broadly agree - depends on whether the less Brexit-obsessed media can land any hits on Farage. His prior comments on the NHS are an accident waiting to happen if an outlet is persistent, link that...
  6. Poll: Broadly agree - depends on whether the less...

    Broadly agree - depends on whether the less Brexit-obsessed media can land any hits on Farage. His prior comments on the NHS are an accident waiting to happen if an outlet is persistent, link that...
  7. Poll: For purposes of objectivity I agree on that clip...

    For purposes of objectivity I agree on that clip - its heckling basically and is only one way. Would have been interesting to hear his response.

    He had a lot of stick out and about though, and...
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    Poll: Used to be the norm that the City would issue...

    Used to be the norm that the City would issue these warnings about Labour victories in the 1980s and especially 1992, remember that well. Take it as feedback that a Tory or Labour victory is equally...
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    Poll: Whilst I have no time for Corbyn, he has taken...

    Whilst I have no time for Corbyn, he has taken Boris to the cleaners here. Boris hung himself with all of the 31 October do or die rubbish and will either have to crawl back to Brussels with either a...
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    Poll: Only if Boris definitely rules out a deal Farage...

    Only if Boris definitely rules out a deal Farage has repeatedly said. That will lose the Tories key seats plus Farage campaigning for them is likely to maximise the Remain turnouts. As we saw in...
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    Poll: I would have voted for him if heíd won the...

    I would have voted for him if heíd won the leadership, or Heseltine back in the day. Superb Chancellor in a chaotic government in the 90s as well. Of course, that party is now ravaged with extremists...
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    Poll: Absolutely, and of course the UK then becomes a...

    Absolutely, and of course the UK then becomes a less attractive proposition without the leverage a no deal crash out causes. The likes of Liam Fox, who used to be very strongly no-deal, have realised...
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    Poll: Let's become a vessel state of Donald Trump...

    Let's become a vessel state of Donald Trump rather than the huge trading bloc on our doorstep we are in already in on beneficial terms. There's no GE yet so Boris is unelected bar a few UKIP...
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    Poll: Itís what I would do if were Barnier. Call...

    Itís what I would do if were Barnier. Call Borisís bluff and show who the dogmatic extremists are. He will be stuffed because he had promised all of the UKIP infiltrators as well as the geriatrics in...
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    Quite. Do not want to see mentions of that him or...

    Quite. Do not want to see mentions of that him or any other vile extremist of any political persuasion on our football board. The Brexit thread is bad enough but at least it’s in the Lounge and we...
  16. Amazing, just amazing. Headingley 1981 and now...

    Amazing, just amazing. Headingley 1981 and now 2019. That knock is up there with Botham’s in 81 and maybe even better. That, just weeks after winning the WC with another one in a lifetime knock. We...
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    Poll: Where have I said people are going to live in the...

    Where have I said people are going to live in the street? People who voted leave in significant parts of England and Wales are going to feel let down if the tax cuts go ahead and more of the...
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    Poll: Neither do you, but we can only go on what...

    Neither do you, but we can only go on what Boris's pledges were during the leadership election. One of them was to give people earning over £50k p.a. a tax cut, which the IFS estimated would cost...
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    Poll: That's the UKIP/Brexit Party/Post-May Tory view -...

    That's the UKIP/Brexit Party/Post-May Tory view - the more sanguine perspective is that those 'elites' pay most of the tax that funds public services that Leave voting areas depend on, and in fact...
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    Itís obvious why - one party in Washington is...

    Itís obvious why - one party in Washington is proposing gun controls and another is hiding behind pathetic excuses that itís unconstitutional etc. Well done to Lindsey Graham for stepping away from...
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    Excellent post Jackanory. Trump can't/won't deal...

    Excellent post Jackanory. Trump can't/won't deal with this because of the relationship to the NRA, who are the real root problem here and have been for decades. You are right about the second...
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    Poll: Loads of them north of Birmingham too, especially...

    Loads of them north of Birmingham too, especially former mining areas who claim to hate Thatcher for the 1980s and have brought people into ministerial posts who have busts and pictures of her on...
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    Moeen has played himself out of contention after...

    Moeen has played himself out of contention after a poor WC as well, Burns has looked terrible outside off stump. Bairstow had a great WC but needs some practice as two poor dismissals. At risk a bit...
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    Poll: Funny how the Brexiteers and Corbynites are...

    Funny how the Brexiteers and Corbynites are really rather similar. Rather a lot of noise when not in positions of leadership but when it goes wrong, or the policies have to be more pragmatic, it’s...
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    Not Hampshire-related, although the Edwards loan...

    Not Hampshire-related, although the Edwards loan is odd, but England being ripped apart at Lord's by a 37 year old county trundler.
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