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UK's Johnson has 10-point lead over Labour before election: Kantar poll

 

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FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts during a general election campaign visit to Diageo's Roseisle Distillery near Elgin, Scotland, Britain November 7, 2019. Daniel Leal-Olivas/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo

 

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has a 10-point lead over the opposition Labour Party, according to an opinion poll published by market research company Kantar on Wednesday, ahead of next month’s election.

 

Support for the Conservatives stood at 37% compared with Labour’s 27%. The pro-European Union Liberal Democrats were on 17% and the Brexit Party was on 9%.

 

Kantar surveyed 1,165 people online between Nov. 7 and Nov. 11, before the Brexit Party announced it would not stand in seats held by Conservative members of parliament.

 

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-- © Copyright Reuters 2019-11-13

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24 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

this guy always seems to have the most unflattering pictures taken of him..

And I thought that is the modern dynamic look.

Imagine Boris with hair like this...

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May was meant to be a racing certainty and look what happened.

Although, Boris can put both feet in it, he will get a certain amount of leeway because he's Boris.

Short of a total tactless disaster, i think the Tories should get a majority.

Meanwhile, goody two shoes, Jo Swinson wants a 5 billion flood fund.

UK inflation has fallen and growth is below 2% yet another day another giveaway.

Does anyone believe this stuff?

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It would be interesting to see whether the Tories would have a majority vote, should both Labour and the LDs vote against the government, post election. As for the Brexit party, I can't see them winning any constituencies.

 

The main danger to the Tories is not Labour, but the LDs who are contesting marginal Tory-held seats, which could well be a battle over Brexit 'remain or leave' scenario. 

 

Roll on 12th December...

 

 

  

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For me, the one thing Corbyn has going for him is his determination to re-nationalise the railways.

 

And of course his initials, which suggest he may be able to walk on water...

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1 hour ago, blazes said:

For me, the one thing Corbyn has going for him is his determination to re-nationalise the railways.

 

And of course his initials, which suggest he may be able to walk on water...

 

Yeah because the nationalized British Rail was such an efficient, effective, excellent service!

 

 

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4 hours ago, jesimps said:

What astonishes me is that 27% of British people want Corbyn as PM.  Cradle to the grave; red rosette on a pig crowd I suppose. Strange, I read yesterday that the Tories had opened up a lead of 14 points.

What astonishes me is that 37% of British people are following a cruel liar. 

Good news however 63% can use their brain. (except those Farage cronies) 😈

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14 hours ago, WillyPlatt said:

May was meant to be a racing certainty and look what happened.

Although, Boris can put both feet in it, he will get a certain amount of leeway because he's Boris.

Short of a total tactless disaster, i think the Tories should get a majority.

Meanwhile, goody two shoes, Jo Swinson wants a 5 billion flood fund.

UK inflation has fallen and growth is below 2% yet another day another giveaway.

Does anyone believe this stuff?

Swinson has the demeanor of a head girl that has caught someone having a fag behind the bike sheds whenever she is interviewed. Even those on board are unlikely to actually like her.

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1 hour ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Turkey's voting for Christmas scenario!

 

They've either always voted Labour and always will. Or are new voters who've never experienced the disaster of a Labour government.

 

Perhaps more will read his policies - increased taxes for force drivers to make less trips; work place charges for parking to force less cars driven to work; open door immigration with all rules scraped; 32 hour working week (claims higher productivity will offset it - terwatt!). He's <deleted> Sturgeon off now by saying they'll be no new Scottish independence referendum in his first 5 years - but he'll massively invest in Scotland! As usual Labour trying to buy votes with public money. And it will be the people who vote for them who face the consequences. The reality of Corbyn's Labour is nothing like the socialist utopia he pretends. Believe his fairy tales and you'll believe the Berlin Wall and iron curtain were built to keep the Western capitalists out of their socialist paradise.

 

Imagine Corbyn the terrorist loving Stalinist as PM, Marxist McDonnell as Chancellor; Abbott, Corbyn's one time partner in adultery as Home Secretary - what could possibly go wrong?

...... and yet the Tories still can’t get a majority Government .

 

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