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Jon Worth Nov 22
And now has been adjusted in light of Electoral Calculus work in Northern Ireland - now based on 8 DUP, 7 SF and 3 Alliance seats won there This is now in V3.0.0 of the diagram
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Jon Worth Nov 18
OK, so it had to be done (or prompted it!) Using the tech to make a ! If you want to vote tactically at this is what you need to do!
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Ben Rometsch Sep 30
Replying to @jonworth
The year is 2045. is on version 298 of the . Options now include: - Smelt everything - Attempt to re-animate Ayn Rand - 5x more spiders
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Jon Worth Nov 22
OK, so there is a new this morning - based on the latest Betfair data - now V2.3.0 Since Farage stood down Brexit Party candidates, chances of a Tory majority have risen
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Christopher Kelly Jul 23
Good but the from is much better and easier to follow...
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James Brownsell Oct 23
"There is a 47 percent chance of a general election being held in the final months of 2019," says of . My latest for :
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Katy Hayward Oct 19
This & thread is everything we need for the day... (Up to a certain point anyway) All hail !
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Jon Worth Nov 4
Replying to @jonworth
🚨 The Problem 🚨 How can I even work out, with any degree of reliability what the combined chances of those outcomes are? But anyway, that's my current thinking for the next series of diagrams... /ends
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Alexander Crawford Oct 29
I went back to the first from ⁦⁩, posted on May 22nd. We could have spared ourselves quite a lot of drama and nervousness if only we’d taken this in.
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Steve Lawrence Oct 12
I do hope a gallery puts on an exhibition of all the versions of the
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Robin Marwick Oct 19
I desperately need an updated to make sense of all this
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Cllr Lorna Dupré 🇯🇪 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 🔶 🕷 Aug 19
Replying to @jonworth
Your postings have been utterly superb. Thank you for them (in case enough people haven't said this).
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RJA Oct 22
Replying to @jonworth
The is the first thing i recommend to anyone who has "no idea whats going on with it all at the moment" and the first thing I turn to when I fall out of touch! Its an exceptionally useful resource. Do you have a Patreon page or equivalent that people can donate to?
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The Renew Party Nov 8
The three main outcomes of the general election. Those opposed to a damaging win for Johnson must work together. Encourage everyone you know to register, prepare and get out to vote. Let's shift these odds.
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Peter Murray-Rust Aug 20
new from . Really impressive. This is presumably the type of analysis the government goes through? It what all planners do every day... Or do they push wooden unicorns around a map of the world in the war rooms?
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Jon Worth Nov 4
Doing some research for my new series and I stumbled across this little gem from Iain Dale dated 7 May 2017. Tories heading for a 130 MP majority he thought then! 😜
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Matt Mascarenhas 🕷 Oct 30
Replying to @chrischirp @jonworth
Gosh, I'd love it if we could just incorporate this straight into a . Modular graphs.
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David Atkinson 🌍 Jul 22
Replying to @jonworth
Since I’ve discovered the my understanding of political intrigue has gone up considerably! I commend them. Thank you,
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Andreas Froby Oct 28
Replying to @jonworth
One of more simple in awhile
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Marc Oct 29
Since I rely on as my main infomation source about brexit, pretty much every German article about brexit is painful. Exhibit A: saying that a General Election in Dec is a HUGE surprise. In the a GE in December was the most likely outcome for ages
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