B0ycey wrote:Whether you or the UK as a whole have had enough of coalition democracy is irrelevant. The next general election will not even closely provide a majority government for any party if the polls are to believed. And the polls have twice over estimated The Brexit Party support I might add.
The only polls that count are the real ones, judging by the results of the Local,Euro elections, rather than,as you portray it, the reality is that the Brexit Party is riding a wave of popularity & is likely to at the next general election.
The last point is consisitent with the reality of the main party positions, relating to their standing with the public at large.
So, I do not accept your arguments for one moment, but hey, what's a slight disagreement between 'friends'.
Beren wrote:The Tories are screwed and Labour is going to lose as well, although they still could prevent the one-issue Nonsense party from taking a seat in a strongly Leave constituency.
Also, how is your opinion on Labour supposed to be different if you see them losing while the Tories are screwed? :?:
I think that they are both 'screwed', that's not in doubt, the only question then is, how do the public react when voting at the next general election?
If it's a choice between the Lib Dems or the Brexit Party, the former hopped into bed with the Tories with the 'Coalition', they are simply not to be trusted, they are in direct opposition to the Brexit Party policy.
The people voted Leave in the referendum, they want that delivered more than ever & the Brexit Party is the only one to exist to do that with more policies to come.
Eric MORECOMBE ; "I'm playing all the 'right' notes,but, not necessarily in the 'right' order".