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General Election: 2018 Or 2019?
 
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# 16 : Tuesday 6-11-2018 @ 19:09
 
 
Someone said :
Well maybe people might vote for newer parties like the Social Democrats and Renua? I don't understand why everyone keeps on voting same person in.

Maybe vecause the "new" parties tend to be the rejects of the "old" ones?
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# 17 : Tuesday 6-11-2018 @ 21:05
 
 
Someone said :

Distraction?
If the election had been called last week, you think they would not have been front page all month?
It would have beaten halloween!

Yeah, I’ve barely heard about the midterms... completely forgot they were on tonight!
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# 18 : Thursday 8-11-2018 @ 21:37
 
 
December 7 seems to be a bookies' favorite.
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# 19 : Thursday 8-11-2018 @ 22:36
 
 
A No..
B Mario Rosenstock..
C Yeah, you probably called it there..
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# 20 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 20:04
 
 
With the mess in the UK, the prospect is slim to none this year
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# 21 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 20:09
 
 
Could be as late as next September..
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# 22 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 20:12
 
 
Someone said :
Could be as late as next September..

Or as late as 2021!
I am feeling like changing my vote...
Once more I will be wrong in my predictions...
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# 23 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 20:18
 
 
Who wants to hold the poisoned chalice..? Whoever campaigns on a platform of building loads of houses will win.. It'll ruin them but they'll win..
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# 24 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 20:26
 
 
Someone said :
Who wants to hold the poisoned chalice..? Whoever campaigns on a platform of building loads of houses will win.. It'll ruin them but they'll win..

I'd love to see the worker's party et al. , win. Just to see their faces, like Trump's "oh, fuck!"
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# 25 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 22:53
 
 
People may get fed up with it all and not bother voting at all or go with a protest vote?
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# 26 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 23:11
 
 
Does apathy breed Fascism..?
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# 27 : Thursday 15-11-2018 @ 23:11
 
 
Someone said :
People may get fed up with it all and not bother voting at all or go with a protest vote?

Is it not always the case?
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# 28 : Friday 16-11-2018 @ 01:21
 
 
Leo is itching to be elected so he will go do election on the back of a successful European council meeting / early December .
If things go that way .
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# 29 : Sunday 18-11-2018 @ 17:52
 
 
Someone said :
December 7 seems to be a bookies' favorite.

Not with brexit
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# 30 : Sunday 18-11-2018 @ 17:55
 
 
Someone said :
Leo is itching to be elected so he will go do election on the back of a successful European council meeting / early December .
If things go that way .

It really does depend on Britain. If parliament supports Theresa Mays brexit deal then I would expect a general election here in Feb or March 2019. If parliament doesnt then... Leo will probably try to hold on til 2021
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