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What Now For The UK?

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AB Editor | 09:10 Fri 09th Jun 2017 | News
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What would you like to happen next?

  • Tory minority government - 44 votes
  • 40%
  • Progressive coalition government - 21 votes
  • 19%
  • Tory coalition government - 20 votes
  • 18%
  • Immediate calling of a general election - 15 votes
  • 14%
  • Other! (I'll answer below) - 10 votes
  • 9%

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Don't forget the neatly furled umbrellas.
I expect they provide their own orange sashes !
Ironic that May et all slated Corbyn for meeting with terrorists and there is May getting into bed with them!!
Good post Klav.
Now I've had a bit of sleep not so depressed
Fact of the matter is Corbyn is 68 so he can't last for ever
//there is May getting into bed with them!//

As far as I was aware there is no pact and the DUP wont be in the cabinet, is this not the case then?
Anyone making a book on whether there will be another election before Christmas ? What odds are you offering ?
I'm 68 next birthday, Ric........ :-(
Yes but you'd make a better pm though, gness.
Thank you, Tony.......Guinness and beer on prescription for a start.......tax cuts.....well no tax in fact and pension increases for cyclists......
And compulsory knitting lessons for granddads to be.......... ;-)
For the benefit of the country all thoughts of party politics should be forgotten. The people voted for the two main parties & the result as we know gave us an unworkable Tory package & a Labour Party with insufficient seats to form a workable government, however both parties represent the will of the people & should in this instance get together to form a democratic Government.
In the interest of some kind of continuity, has anyone thought of approaching James or Brian May?

It could fool those Europeans when PM May marches in about them to thrash out 'the best possible deal for the UK'. :)
For the benefit of the country all thoughts of party politics should be forgotten. The people voted for the two main parties & the result as we know gave us an unworkable Tory package & a Labour Party with insufficient seats to form a workable government, however both parties represent the will of the people & should in this instance get together to form a democratic Government.
'68 and can't go on forever' - utterly moronic comment ...
Steady on hereIam, it gets us all in the end.

No politicking from the choir invisible.
But I don't think 68 is particularly old these days ...
Tory minority government obviously
Coalition obviously not
Progressive (presumably non-Tory) coalition government, yes if you can't add up :-)
Immediate calling of general election? Yes if you think turkeys are AGAIN going to vote for Christmas.
Don't understand how people can vote for a 'progressive coalition' when the so-called progressives don't have the numbers.

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