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  1. Bound to be one in the new year I think. Ed Milliband is not handling things at all well and given the economic conditions and the eurozone issues coupled with mid term government you would expect Liebour to be ahead in the polls. They aren't and given the battering he got yesterday I would say he is on borrowed time So who do you think is in line for it next? Has to be his big brother surely and Liebour can right the wrong?
  2. Ready for a whitewash? Edited thread title.
  3. So, Cameron has given the right side of his party the in / out referendum they so wanted. Or has he? There are a lot of if's along the way before it happens, but essentially, he's said that should the tories win a majority and form an old fashioned single party government next time around, then it's on. What's more, it'll happen half way through the next parliament. So, doing the maths, they won't start negotiating in advance of the next parliament and we'll vote on the resulted negotiated 'deal' at the half way point. So he's given himself 2 years from start to finish to persuade 26 other countries that we are a special case that should operate by different rules. Interesting times ahead, and if we could run a few parallel universes, I'd quite like them to win the next election just to see how that pans out. So, in or out?
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