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  1. Things that piss you off that shouldn't

  2. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    Looking forward to the McGregor vs Mayweather fight - certainly will watch that one!
  3. General Election 2017

    Interesting points - we'll have to wait and see what happens but regardless of the party in charge the provision of care for the elderly should be high up on the priority list now and will no doubt become a bigger issue as people live longer.
  4. General Election 2017

    Agree with most of that.
  5. General Election 2017

    Interesting stats! Really does highlight the Conservatives rely heavily on the more experienced voters whilst Labour are doing well to tap in to the young (perhaps more naive) voters.
  6. General Election 2017

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/12/theresa-may-just-400-votes-short-majority/
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  8. General Election 2017

    Of the ones I was referring to (0.5% or lower majority) then it is 3/19 so just over 15% for the Tories. Labour therefore won a higher proportion of the most marginal seats which arguably would be the easiest to win back (but not with May in charge!)
  9. General Election 2017

    Just had a word with him - he is on his way
  10. General Election 2017

    That second table shows more than 40% of the seats won by a majortity of 0.5% or lower were won by Labour. Very close and could easily have gone the other way.
  11. General Election 2017

    Labour did well in the election and no doubt the Conservatives under-performed. However, to flip some of the positive comments on their side. The conservatives could be in power now until 2022 at which point JC will be turning 73 in that year. Regardless of how Labour did they did not win the election although it has made the Conservatives strength and position weaker. By the time of the next election we may have different leaders of the Conservatives and Labour with different polices therefore any momentum Labour obtained from this election could be lost. Maybe this is the peak for Labour. Even with a poor leader the Conservatives still pulled in more support/got more votes than Labour did. This is certainly a wake up call though and it will be interesting to see how it all plays out.
  12. General Election 2017

  13. General Election 2017

    Should be good TV but won't be staying up too late to watch. The result will be what the result shall be!
  14. General Election 2017

    How exactly have they taken from the poor?
  15. General Election 2017

    It has been an interesting campaign at times but hopefully regardless of who the government turns out to be we can all get behind them and give them the chance to put their policies in place.