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Matt Goodwin
One month before Boris Johnson became Prime Minister: 37% of Conservatives had decamped to Brexit Party When Johnson entered Downing St it was 25% This week it is 16% He needs to keep driving this number down if he wants a majority
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A. Jones🤘 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
Freudian slip in the last tweet, Matthew? 🤣
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Kings Head Chess Club 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
Yes, "we" . But think Goodwin is a self professed Tory
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Caz Murphy 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
That will depend on what the score is on 31st Oct though, Taking BXP supporters for granted would be a huge mistake, we were shafted by May and won't fall for that again.
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Will Carpenter 31 Aug 19
If Johnson drops the proverbial ball, the is the default home for Brexiteers.......
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Junius 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
He can't. The Brexit obsessed know that if the Brexit Party collapses the main force propelling the Conservatives to the far right disappears so inevitably a large number will stay with Farage. That's the Catch 22 for Johnson given that every step right also sheds moderate votes.
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flonorth 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
By behaving like a pound-shop Farage presumably?
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John Bell 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
They, and the Brexit Party, will back him if he delivers a real Brexit on 31 October. But if he pushes through a Boris brino, based on a tweaked Withdrawal Agreement, the 37% will decamp and the Brexit Party will fight him in every seat:
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Michael Hazel 31 Aug 19
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mark 31 Aug 19
Replying to @GoodwinMJ
One sniff of Mays/Brino deal returning and Tories will suffer enormously....
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