From 'ultra-marginals' to the highest Leave and Remain seats - which are the battlegrounds that could make the difference?

Copeland voted 62% Leave. Why isn't it on the map? Hm....

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The actress discusses her film Last Christmas and why it's "just not helpful" to read her reviews.

Who?

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Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.

Why is the BBC trying to make us feel sorry for criminals? Wouldn't shed a tear over a thug failing to rob a corner shop, so why should I give a shit about illegal migrants failing to enter Europe illegally?

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Election promises of a rising minimum wage leave some bosses wondering how to fund staff pay rises.

An increase in the minimum wage results in an increase in automation and therefore an increase in unemployment. Labor are fucking retarded.

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More than 70 current MPs will not stand in the elections, so who replaces them?

"Some have introduced gender quotas, all-women shortlists, or lists of preferred candidates from minority backgrounds."

Some don't get my vote.

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Turkey has begun sending IS members to their home countries - even if they don't want them back.

Send them to the gallows.

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The major parties in England have pledged billions more for the NHS over the next five years.

Terribly. It's why throwing money at the NHS is like throwing stacks of £50 notes into a fire.

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As part of a new BBC blog series, Katie Holden shares what she spent her money on this week.

I thought these people were poor as shit until I read that they homeschool all of their kids. Fucking hell. Talk about terrible money management.


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2019-27-Th 01:27:21 pm

I thought these people were poor as shit until I read that they homeschool all of their kids. Fucking hell.

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There's a wealth of election leaflets and ads encouraging tactical voting, but are some based on misleading information?

Tactical voting wouldn't be needed if we scrapped First-Past-The-Post, since all it does is makes the UK effectively a two-party state. Of course, this will never happen, since FPTP benefits Labor and Tories too greatly for them to even consider ditching it.


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2019-25-Th 01:25:28 pm

Tactical voting wouldn't be needed if we scrapped First-Past-The-Post, since all it does is makes the UK's effectively a two-party state. Of course, this will never happen, since FPTP benefits Labor and Tories too greatly for them to even consider ditching it.

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Ah, the "Long March", an important event in Chinese Communist history. Fuck's sake BBC.

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