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Poll: Who are you voting for in the 2017 General Election?
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Conservatives 44.44% 8 44.44%
Green Party 11.11% 2 11.11%
Labour 33.33% 6 33.33%
Liberal Democrats 5.56% 1 5.56%
Plaid Cymru 0% 0 0%
UKIP 5.56% 1 5.56%
Scottish National Party 0% 0 0%
Independent 0% 0 0%
Other 0% 0 0%
Total 18 votes 100%
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General Election 8th June 2017
RE: General Election 8th June 2017
In our area, I can think of 4 seats that changed hands: Bury North, High Peak and Weaver Vale from the Conservatives to Labour, and Southport from the Liberal Democrats to the Conservatives.
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RE: General Election 8th June 2017
Now that the DUP have done there confidence and support agreement the immediate threat of another general election immediately has gone.

Do not forget that you need a 2/3 majority to be able to call an election under the fixed term parliaments act .
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RE: General Election 8th June 2017
(29/06/2017 14:29)wirralbus Wrote:  Now that the DUP have done there confidence and support agreement the immediate threat of another general election immediately has gone.

Let's see shall we?

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RE: General Election 8th June 2017
Yep. And the first vote was a kick in the teeth for our "brave" emergency services! The most galling part of it was the Cheers from the ruling benches when it was announced. Definitely business as usual from these 2 very nasty parties to coin a phrase that May made years ago that sums up adequately now.
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