The big difference now is that the election cleared the deadwood out of the zombie parliament; Soubry, Grieve, Umunna, Wollaston and all the rest are gone. Brexit will, at last, be a reality in 30 days.
Sterling has not slumped against the euro or dollar, far from it. That's just another Remoaner lie. And after the vote in parliament today, Remoaners now have to admit defeat and shut up.
It sounds like the new GWR trains are just as shite as Crosscountry in stormy weather, two of them broke down in the Dawlish area today. It was never like this with the HSTs.
It doesn't bode well for the sea wall defence scheme.
Great result locally too. Morris wiped the floor with Wrigley, and in neighbouring Totnes turncoat Wollaston was similarly trounced, with the added bonus that her mate Soubry in Broxtowe was also shown the door.
Exit poll predicts Tory landslide EXIT POLL 2019 CONSERVATIVES - 368 LABOUR - 191 LIB DEMS - 13 BREXIT - 0 SNP - 55
Bradshaw is on the effeminate side in my opinion, and his hairstyle doesn't dispel that image. As for the dodgy voting, students are allowed and encouraged to register to vote at their home and university addresses, though forbidden from voting at both. During the current election campaign some students have openly bragged about intending to break that rule, and there are absolutely no checks ...
I think Boris will win a decent working majority, but no way will the Lib Dems come second. I would dearly love to see the bouffant Bradshaw get kicked out in Exeter, but as with Plymouth, the high student population and dodgy voting will ensure his survival.
@Masonic Bodge The thousands of economic migrants congregating around the French ports have travelled through countless safe countries in Europe, they have no moral or legal right to come to this country. But, come they do in droves every day, and we stupidly send out the welcoming boats for them. Let them apply through the legal route and arrive with the proper documentation.
If Labour get elected then at least all the hordes of economic migrants crossing the Channel can look forward to living in superior accommodation.