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    That's a 16 point lead and would give the conservatives a majority of around 120.

    So why don't you just go and join the tories, looks like they did.
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    Not much interest in this then. TBH I think this would be a brilliant result for labour at the GE. I think they'd be closer to 22/24 % in an actual election.
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    Not much interest in this then. TBH I think this would be a brilliant result for labour at the GE. I think they'd be closer to 22/24 % in an actual election.
    That's because everyone loves Jeremy Corbyn's left wing rubbish on this forum. He's got no chance of being leader in 2020. I have more chance.

    Labour needs to be a working class party. Forget about Blair and all this left wing fantasy world rubbish. Hard working people in this country who earn minimum wage, working night and day are the real victims. They get the rotten deal as they are made to pay for all the lazy idiots who don't want a job and the students who just want free everything. Jeremy Corbyn would be an absolute disaster for working class people.

    Someone needs to clamp down, I'm not saying everyone on benefits is lazy. Some people really can't get a job, some people have health issues or disabilities. They way I would solve the lazy idiots is that they should do community work like working in a charity shop, helping with gardening. You should have to earn your benefits.
 
 
 
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