Cockb@dger / Klotehommel
- Dec 11, 2003
Nope - they've been leaving the brexit party in droves - the rise in tory polling equals the decline in brexit party polling.Johnsons going to have to start grunting praise for the brexit party and brexiters first, and Farage will demand his pot of gold to hand over the keys of the voter base.
This could easily go tits up for the Tories.
Theyre not that daft..Farage is the only true brexiter on the block.Nope - they've been leaving the brexit party in droves - the rise in tory polling equals the decline in brexit party polling.
Johnson saw to that with his unrealistic "dead in s ditch" and "do or die 30th October" bullshit - he was signalling to the brexit party voters that they could trust him - so they've rejoined tory.
Surely you'd be asking people to vote Labour? I'd have sympathy with your and @Wij's position on the Lib Dems but their economic policies are basically New Labour again - so it's voting for automatic failure for the poorer half of society.Vote Lib Dem you potatoes
No hut it could be a benefit in 2 waysSurely you'd be asking people to vote Labour? I'd have sympathy with your and @Wij's position on the Lib Dems but their economic policies are basically New Labour again - so it's voting for automatic failure for the poorer half of society.
Their other stuff (decriminalisation of drugs, prison reforms etc) I can get behind. They don't often talk about green issues tho.
The chips are down, and they're saying they're leaving the brexit party and voting for Boris.Theyre not that daft..Farage is the only true brexiter on the block.
Theyll listen to him before Boris when the chips are down.
Labour will most likely need to be demolished in an election so they get rid of Corbyn and become a proper opposition to Tories. They should be riding high in the polls due to last 3 years of the Tories stupidity.Whadda we think of this?
Labour has been fatally undermined from within it's own party IMO. The New-Labour lot don't understand their utter failure and the rest? Well, the infighting has pretty much killed them. This guy would rather see Labour burn - and a Tory government get elected - than make the best of a bad situation and have an influence on the policies of a post-brexit Labour party.
Yep, he disagrees with Brexit - and Labour's stance - but quitting is just throwing the baby out with the bathwater and on top of that undermines Labour as a force in a very public way. Only the Tories - and their Brexit - benefits. So he's cutting his own nose off to spite his cowardly face IMO.
Yep - but between New Labour members utterly undermining them and the trumped up antisemitism they've no hope. A clearly divided party goes down really badly with the public as it makes them nervous.They should be riding high in the polls due to last 3 years of the Tories stupidity.
If he's got policies to back up his rhetoric (and isn't just going to lie outrageously) then yep - he'll have ammo to beat Corbyn's point and the natural oratory to look more statesmanlike anyway.Regarding the TV debates, is there any real advantage to Boris turning up for the Tories?