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    Amongst other things, the exit poll suggests that England and Scotland have headed in opposite political directions.
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    I see Scotland having another referendum and leaving....

    And Ireland possibly uniting.... the break up of the UK....
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    Meanwhile.... Swinson not long ago thought she could be PM.... her campaign did not go well....

    YIKES. BBC exit poll tracker says there is a *95%* chance of Jo Swinson losing her seat....

    https://mobile.twitter.com/tpgcolson...60282949505024
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    Given how both Johnson and Corbyn are hated by so many people, it's remarkable that Lib Dem could not capitalize on that at all.
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    Not surprising at all.....not how British Politics works...
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    Looks like a landslide for Boris ...
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    More like an Avalanche against Corbyn . ..worse Labour election since 1935.
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    In the FT.

    Alan Johnson, a former Labour home secretary, blamed the result on the leader. Its Corbyn. We knew he was incapable of leading. We knew he was worse than useless and lacked all the qualities to lead a party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    In the FT.

    Alan Johnson, a former Labour home secretary, blamed the result on the leader. Its Corbyn. We knew he was incapable of leading. We knew he was worse than useless and lacked all the qualities to lead a party.
    At least the FT did not blame it on the weather.

    The UK will hold together for now but if the UK doesn't learn from the EUs Brussels bureaucratic gross oversteps it too will have it's sails trimmed in 20 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN1965 View Post
    Given how both Johnson and Corbyn are hated by so many people, it's remarkable that Lib Dem could not capitalize on that at all.
    Jo Swinson, Lib Dem leader, lost tonight..
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