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NDTV Dec 12
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| Boris Johnson's Conservative Party wins overall majority in Track LIVE updates:
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Geoffrey Downes Dec 12
Just voted. Gloves are off. May the best man win!
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Michael Dickson Dec 12
Jews in Labour: Forced Out. Labour in UK: Wiped Out.
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euronews Dec 16
While Boris Johnson won on his promise to "get Brexit done", Scottish and Irish nationalists made record gains at the UK general election.
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Pippa Norris Dec 30
In the autopsy on the , it is important to see that Labour's CONTINUING electoral weakness wasn't unique to the UK, by any means. Here's the OECD trends. This points towards enduring social/cultural shifts in many places, not specific leaders/events/strategies.
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euronews Dec 15
English, Scottish and Irish nationalism were the other victors of the
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Times of India Dec 12
| Jeremy Corbyn says he won't lead Labour party in future general election campaign, reports AFP
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 Dec 12
Folks in the UK: don’t screw around on this one. Vote Labour. Tell your friends and family to vote Labour. Leave nothing to chance.
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Pippa Norris Dec 15
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Dr. Kelechi Anyikude Dec 13
The Birth of a new dawn in British Politics. Congrats Mr Prime Minister Boris Johnson on your victory. May you do the right thing, unite the country and serve us well. Goodluck in your Premiership. WE MOVE 🙏
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TheGayUK Magazine Dec 13
Us realising that Ann Widdecombe loses the vote to an out gay man, who is a strong remainer...
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Michael A. Gayed, CFA Dec 20
In the , , under the helm of won a landslide victory against , who suffered their worst result in 84 years. The swing of working-class areas from Labour to Conservative was a major factor.
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Grace O'Sullivan MEP Dec 12
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Patricia Dec 13
Thanks God this man didn't win elections in
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Bobby McDonagh Dec 12
Understandably media focus of is on large Tory majority of seats . Strange no mention at all of majority of voters supporting pro-2nd referendum parties
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Paul Larkin Dec 12
Spare a thought for all our people stuck in xenophobic, Trumpian England ... and all other immigrants.
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Thierry Chopin Dec 13
After the , what Boris Johnson's victory means for Brexit? Brexit by end-January but what kind of Brexit?My contribution to this debate published by a few weeks ago:
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Sabah Kashmiri Dec 12
The 's ruling Conservative Party on Friday won an overall majority in the , while the Pro- and anti- opposition earned its worst results since 1935.
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Geographical Dec 16
Now the dust has settled and we're coming to terms with what happened, here (via the always brilliant ) is the in data map form:
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Petrit Selimi Dec 15
One rather amazing feature of 2019 that doesn’t get much mentioning is the fact that British people have elected record 50 MPs in total. 24 LGBT Tory MPs, 18 for Labour.
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