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gulliver1 | 07:38 Sat 25th Jun 2022 | News
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The power of Tactical voting, is this the way forward?
The public rather than political parties formed a pact to do whatever it takes keep Boris out at the Tiverton and Honiton by election, if they do the same at the G/E ....It will be curtains for the Con's shutting them out for decades.

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I think it is more of a consideration for people these days
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And Sajid Javid is demanding that Labour and the Libs come clean if they have an election pact ..
Oh yeah just like the Tories are open with their plans .
rather disingenuous of him
It's nothing new
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It is in the amount of voters who chose that option on thursday ,Hopkirk.
‘ The public rather than political parties formed a pact’

Did they? How did they do that, Gulli?
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Boris talking from Rwanda when questioned about the by election "I understand the peoples frustration and the voters have a problem" .
........Wonder what the problem is....
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08.11 Just think about Zacs . shouldn't be all that difficult.
He also said he would "listen and learn" and focus on "delivering for the people of this country".
He also added: "I genuinely, genuinely don't think the way forward is to focus on issues of personality whether they are mine or others.”

That’s not the talk of anyone about to resign.
I have thought about it hence me questioning you. A ‘pact’ requires people to pre arrange something between them. Do you seriously think everyone who voted contacted each other and arranged to vote tactically?
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08.24 Internet ,Family talking to family , talking to each other at place of work, talking to each other in pubs, public meetings etc, etc . I don't give a hoot how word gets around as long as it damages Boris.
Yeah, but it’s not a ‘pact’. A pact is a formal agreement between individuals or parties.
What's your problem with Boris, Gulliver- you don't even live here!
Why is it apparently only gulliver who is criticised for posting on UK politics because he allegedly lives abroad?
It's a daily onslaught of anti-Boris diatribe from someone who is not a British voter. I am not being critical, just asking Gulliver a question.
Hazi...: There's plenty of reasons to dislike Johnson, as we saw in the two by-elections.
Of course. But that's down to the voter. Not Gully who doesn't even live in the UK.
//Why is it apparently only gulliver who is criticised for posting on UK politics because he allegedly lives abroad?//

Because a while back, during the Brexit debate, he repeatedly made such a big thing about us "Little Englander suckers" living in Little England, wanting to get our blue passports back and keep foreigners out. Meanwhile, he, sipping a Piña colada or some such concoction, from the veranda of his beach bungalow (location undisclosed), overlooking the ocean, had no such concerns.

Personally I suspect he lives in Gateshead.
Sunderland, I’d suggest.
If you would condemn us to be governed by an unholy coalition of union-fed Labour, Lib non-dems & 5C SNP then I would rather have the Tories thankyou.

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