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Poll: Who do you think will win the most seats in the LONDON constituency?
Animal Welfare Party (3)
8.57%
Change UK (2)
5.71%
Conservative (3)
8.57%
Green (2)
5.71%
Labour (11)
31.43%
Liberal Democrats (5)
14.29%
Brexit Party (9)
25.71%
UK European Union Party (0)
0%
UKIP (0)
0%
Women's Equality Party (0)
0%
Independent (0)
0%
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Who do you think will win the most seats, who will you be voting for and why? This thread is for the London constituency, but anyone can leave their opinions below.

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This is my preference:

1. Change UK
2. Liberal Democrats
3. Labour
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lol @ people saying the Brexit Party will gain the most... did you realise this is about London?!
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While the Brexit Party has gobbled up the Tory and Kipper vote share it would be an utter shock for Corbyn to lose London so I expect a Labour hold.

Given that the Brexit Party will win in every other region though it will only serve to show everybody just how out of touch folk in London are.
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Who do you think will win the most seats, who will you be voting for and why? This thread is for the London constituency, but anyone can leave their opinions below.

Vote in the poll.

This is my preference:

1. Change UK
2. Liberal Democrats
3. Labour
Lol change UK, are you for real. A more accurate name would be stay the same UK or New Labour 2!

Brexit party will win, maybe not in London but in Britain as a whole lib Dems will come second. Because the public want Brexit done.
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This is a very good question. I expect the Brexit Party to top the poll in every region apart from Scotland, London, and Northern Ireland (not standing but UKIP is).

In London the Brexit Party will almost certainly elect an MEP but it will be lucky to win 2 out of 8 seats. UKIP will probably fail to be elected.

I make an educated guess that Corbyn's Labour will top the poll and elect at least 3 MEPs.

It's possible that the Conservatives could be reduced to just one solitary MEP.

It's also possible that the Lib-Dems could elect one MEP.

The Green Party will elect an MEP. A second Green MEP is an optimistic suggestion but if they have a very good day they might just be lucky.

Change UK will probably achieve their best results in London and the South East (lots of pro-EU support) but I'm not confident that they will win in London - unless the Lib-Dems don't win and the Greens only elect one MEP.

I am wondering how well the UK European Union Party and any of the 11 (yes, 11) independents will poll.

Which party / candidate do you think will receive the best result but fail to elect an MEP? In 2014 it was the Lib-Dems (6.73%) followed by the 4 Freedoms Party (1.27%).
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It's not suprising that the conservatives have no votes
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It's not suprising that the conservatives have no votes
Conservative MEPs for London:
1979 8 out of 10 FPTP
1984 5 out of 10
1989 3 out of 10
1994 1 out of 10
1999 4 out of 10 PR
2004 3 out of 9
2009 3 out of 8
2014 2 out of 8

Labour MEPs for London:
1979 2 out of 10 FPTP
1984 5 out of 10
1989 7 out of 10
1994 9 out of 10
1999 4 out of 10 PR
2004 3 out of 9
2009 2 out of 8
2014 4 out of 8
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(Original post by Arran90)
Conservative MEPs for London:
1979 8 out of 10 FPTP
1984 5 out of 10
1989 3 out of 10
1994 1 out of 10
1999 4 out of 10 PR
2004 3 out of 9
2009 3 out of 8
2014 2 out of 8

Labour MEPs for London:
1979 2 out of 10 FPTP
1984 5 out of 10
1989 7 out of 10
1994 9 out of 10
1999 4 out of 10 PR
2004 3 out of 9
2009 2 out of 8
2014 4 out of 8
Have you considered their brexit shambles? All their voters will most likely vote brexit party
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Have you considered their brexit shambles? All their voters will most likely vote brexit party
London has a high proportion Conservative voters who are pro-EU. Look at Kensington & Chelsea and Wandsworth for examples.
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London has a high proportion Conservative voters who are pro-EU. Look at Kensington & Chelsea and Wandsworth for examples.
I can't see them voting labour... Maybe they'll choose the Lib Dems like Lord Heseltine
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I can't see them voting labour... Maybe they'll choose the Lib Dems like Lord Heseltine
Possibly or Change UK.

Does anybody know much about the UK European Union Party?
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Possibly or Change UK.

Does anybody know much about the UK European Union Party?
Nopem=, never heard of them before this election. I doubt they'll get any seats in London.
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Nopem=, never heard of them before this election. I doubt they'll get any seats in London.
They are the successor to the 4 Freedoms Party set up by Dirk Hazell

https://theukeuparty.org/

https://www.4freedomsparty.eu/
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Have you considered their brexit shambles? All their voters will most likely vote brexit party
And many of labours!
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And many of labours!
Are you talking about labours pro-brexit voters or anti?
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London is literally a city state in the UK, expect both Lib Dems and Brexit Party to do well
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London is literally a city state in the UK, expect both Lib Dems and Brexit Party to do well
that's what I think too, Brexit Party for those who want to leave the EU and Lib dems for remain.
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Are you talking about labours pro-brexit voters or anti?
I'm speaking of myself and millions like me of labour voters whom are voting for other parties because Labour have played opposition party politics with a national issue bigger than both parties.

I know several Labour voters whom are voting for other parties because of this reason. I'll be voting Brexit party.
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I'm speaking of myself and millions like me of labour voters whom are voting for other parties because Labour have played opposition party politics with a national issue bigger than both parties.

I know several Labour voters whom are voting for other parties because of this reason. I'll be voting Brexit party.
I would assume thet they'd vote lib dem
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Brexit Party will win big. Fed up of lying **** Labour, Tory, Dems.

We should never be in EU Elections, we would have left with a No Deal in March, we'd be an independent prosperous country, second month in EU emancipated! Arrgh
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