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Our Future, Our Choice Dec 12
If you live in Cheltenham and want to , Max Wilkinson () is the person to vote for today. is the only way to stop a Johnson majority.
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Monica Harding Dec 12
Every vote will count here in - and with we can @votefinalsay
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Jon Worth Dec 15
This is very handy work! Thank you Chris!
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Lord Buckethead™ Dec 12
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Wales For Europe ⭐️ Cymru Dros Ewrop Dec 12
🚨🚨5 HOURS TO GO 🚨🚨 If you’ve just finished work please go vote, even though it’s dark and rainy - there’s too much at stake 🗳 You DO NOT NEED ID or you polling card GO GO GO
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THE PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE (Lab🌹 LibDem🔶 Green💚) Dec 12
We are *unofficially* and *allegedly* [the legal bit] in the knowledge that Johnson could *genuinely* be in trouble in . Exit pollsters (albeit unscientific) thinking Lib Dem vote has collapsed there probably due to for Labour. Nailbiting.
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Monica Harding Dec 12
Thank you for your vote. Together we can get rid of the hardline Brexiteer Dominic Raab. I'm so grateful to all those who are backing me to unseat him.
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Jon Worth Dec 16
So the meaning of life, the universe and... sites is: 6 possibly: 2 but probably: 1 ... but perhaps a dozen or so "saved" Read on to find out what I mean!
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Jason Michael Jul 12
If the point is to show support for the SNP, then 1 and 2 SNP is great. But if the point is to get unionists out of Holyrood and increase the pressure for a referendum, then it's 1 SNP and 2 to another pro-independence party.
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The UK in a Changing Europe Dec 19
Replying to @UKandEU
The distribution of pro- votes benefited from first-past-the-post. Even with or more party allegiances along Brexit lines, the would still likely have won a small majority.
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Joana Ramiro Dec 12
A seat where Labour was second but the websites pushed LibDem
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Steve Hudson #BLM Dec 12
leafleting at station, where is a within the margin of error behind the Tories. If we don’t , well... it wasn’t us...
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michelle maher Dec 12
Family's desperate plea to gran begging her not to vote Tory with huge banner Most far right racist pathological liar For For our For hope !!
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⚫️Writer in Pyjamas 🇪🇺 Dec 12
Dear My 90-yr-old friend drove down to the poll to vote Labour in Rushcliffe. My best friend, a GP, also voted Labour in Rushcliffe. They are both and they say everyone they know is doing . You’re going to lose .
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Cirian75 #YNWA 62.5% 🇬🇧 25% 🇳🇱 12.5% 🇦🇺 Dec 12
The Tories only got 1% more votes than 2017 Labour has lost 8% The point blank refusal of Labour to join in was huge part of this If they had joined in Tactical Voting, it would have gone a long way to stopping this catastrafuck
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JOHN NICOLSON M.P. Dec 12
Two hours to go & another life long unionist has just told me she voted Tory in 2017, but, having been to an & South hustings her priority now in 2019 is stopping Boris Johnson. She’s voting for the first time.  
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Rachel Heyburn #FBCoalition2024 #FBPE Dec 12
Replying to @BorisJohnson
Usual FAKES liking your Tweet...few get to vote in the UK or at all...
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Linda Dykes Dec 12
56 minutes left to put this back into the history books (again). - do your thing. A final push. .
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Jon Worth Dec 16
Just checking how well my recommendations did when compared to reality In the end I recommended explicitly in 187 constituencies I was wrong in just Eddisbury (rec Lib Dem, should have been Labour) Isle of Wight (rec Green, should have been Labour)
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MrYesWeCan 🇬🇧🇫🇷🇩🇪🇪🇺🌍 Sep 28
: Many Tories will never vote Labour, but may vote LibDem. Key question is: do you REALLY want , or keep up the squabbling among progressive parties? None of us will get exactly what we want, but some choices are better than others....
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