12th December

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Utterly depressing.
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Poor old Dennis Skinner has lost Bolsover. Heartbreaking.
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What is the current feeling about Scotland and North Ireland?
It is interesting that they wanted to stay in EU badly and didn't vote for Johnson as i saw map too, except specific areas that i suppose are Torry castles since ages.
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Scotland has gone almost entirely SNP so probably will be agitating towards a second independence referendum.

BJ's Brexit deal completely throws the Northern Ireland Unionists under a bus. There will be a border down the Irish Sea and a united Ireland.

So a victory for the "Conservative and Unionist Party" looks like dissolving the Union.
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iesus wrote:The interesting part is that areas with high percent of unemployed people and what is called working class voted for Torries, is this true or wrong information given here by media? :?
Yes it's true. As well as the people who always vote Tory, what helped to tip the balance was a mix of thick people and racists who believed all the lies in The Sun/Daily Mail, many with a kind of tunnel vision who only cared about immigration and Brexit regardless of the fact the countries economy is far more important than those things. The turkeys voted for Christmas.

Time will tell whether David Cameron (who set this ball rolling) did more damage to this country than Hitler ever did.
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markfiend wrote:Scotland has gone almost entirely SNP so probably will be agitating towards a second independence referendum.

BJ's Brexit deal completely throws the Northern Ireland Unionists under a bus. There will be a border down the Irish Sea and a united Ireland.

So a victory for the "Conservative and Unionist Party" looks like dissolving the Union.
Yes, we certainly will be doing some "agitating".

Can't do anything about Johnson's majority, but it would be a fitting epitaph for him to be remembered as the Tory PM who lost the Union.
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:lol: "agitating" may not be the right word. You know what I mean.
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