Very few 'relevant' political forces. How about the majority of the people... is that a 'relevant' political force in your book?Dream on. How the old “pro-anti” EU framing becomes obsolete after EU elections | VoteWatch
Balkan countries are continuing negotiating with the EU. I am sure Ukraine will continue negotiations, though any union with Ukraine is a long way off. Brexit Britain will soon find to its dismay that it not the centre of the world, and Boris can shove his "new golden age" up his hole.
How many countries are queuing up to join Putin's farcical Eurasian Economic Union by the way? Any chance of him taking 12 million Turks?
I don;t know what you are babbling about.Very few 'relevant' political forces. How about the majority of the people... is that a 'relevant' political force in your book?
And with a GE it could very well end up as a Tory and Brexit party coalition and the Labour party devastated.Except of course by dumping him out in a vote of no confidence. That would make a GE all but inevitable after which anything even a withdrawal of Art 50 would be possible.
A GE would fulfil the precondition for a further extension, and as has been established that could be requested by the 'Queen in Parliament'
A large proportion of the tory vote were remainers. If Johnson stands aside for Brexit Party in Labour seats are you expecting all them to allign with Farage who they consider as one of the chief catalysts that brought increased instability to their declining country.
As a general observation on a GE in the UK and polls on party popularity:
The Brexit party could hammer the shit out of the Labour party, factor that in. Corbyn is a spoofer and a piss poor one at that and would be trashed in a TV debacle. In fact in a TV debate Farage would wipe the floor with both the Tories and labour.As a general observation on a GE in the UK and polls on party popularity:
First past the post makes the UK elections a lot like the US presidential electoral college votes. Only swing constituencies matter. Popular vote is irrelevant.
So this makes it chaotic. What is needed in any GE is for the Lab and lib Dems to come out and say " we will hold a second referendum" . And then to agree to not compete in constituencies where the vote could be split.
That could kill brexit, but such selfless actions by MPs is unlikely.
Personally I'd expect the Labour Party to be devastated given their inaction on the most critical issue to face Blighty since the loss of Northern America.
Corbyn has to go. He is toxic to the UK and the main reason the lunatic fringe of the Tories are ascendant.The Brexit party could hammer the shit out of the Labour party, factor that in. Corbyn is a spoofer and a piss poor one at that and would be trashed in a TV debacle. In fact in a TV debate Farage would wipe the floor with both the Tories and labour.
He's not too good at anything. He is a useless and egotistical beta male without the intelligence to realise that the country needs a sane adult moderate at the helm.I would imagine that a Corbyn /Johnson debate would reveal a whole load of Johnson inconsistencies but that the headlines in the morning sewer, Mail, Express etc. would herald a great Jonson triumph based on some single inconsistency in Corbyns platform with a humorous dismissive one liner.
In many respects Corbyn is too good for what's about to unfold and should really stand aside in favour of someone with some killer instinct from the world of normal.