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“THEY’LL COME BACK TO THE TORIES”

By Pete Moore On April 18th, 2019

I don’t think so.

YouGov and ComRes  each have Labour ahead of the Tories in General Election polling. The numbers vary, but The Brexit Party is well into double figures in both. Remember the party is a week old.Momentum is now clearly against the Tories and it will only get worse.

Once Tory MPs realise that the party cannot stop Corbyn there’ll be defections. They missed their chance to survive collectively, so now it’s every man for himself. We have a short break from the Tory Remain chaos, but it’ll soon be back, just as Farage hammers the Tories in the European elections. And if Tory MPs think that passing May’s abomination will will back Leavers and turn the tide, they, they’re even more out of touch than they appear.

The Tories are done, and the sooner the party breaks up the better.

7 Responses to ““THEY’LL COME BACK TO THE TORIES””

  1. A rehash on your ‘He Has Risen’ thread last night so as I said last night,

    Paul McMahon, on April 17th, 2019 at 9:27 PM Said:

    All the above ar correct: People tend to view Euro elections as less important than others, a low turn out as a result of Brexit overkill is pretty much garaunteed and a new single issue kid on the block on the issue of the day may do okay on its first outing. That this would translate into support at national elections though is questionable.

    A word of caution though Pete, are these the same polls that had you, the Nige and Brendan O’Neill lamenting Brexit’s defeat in the closing hours of the referendum?

    One thing you gotta love about the Nige, for all his banging on about ‘the political class’ she sure seems to love being part of it himself.

    The Tories are done

    Certainly in their present form that at least we agree on. Brexit was always going to cause a degree of realignemnt in British party politics.

  2. A word of caution though Pete, are these the same polls that had you, the Nige and Brendan O’Neill lamenting Brexit’s defeat in the closing hours of the referendum?

    IIRC, Farage saw an erroneous exit poll which caused him to concede defeat. I went to bed much earlier feeling confidant. I’d been confidant for weeks. I’f been over a lot of England (not London) in May and June 2016 and didn’t see where the Remain vote was.

  3. I went to bed much earlier feeling confidant.

    Published at 9.11:

    I’m pretty sure that Remain will win the vote and in the process lose it for Britons

    http://www.atangledweb.org/?p=63950

  4. Bloody hell, I know how Trump feels. Maybe the pessimism of the Remain barrage in that last 48 hours had got to me. Goodness knows the establishment had rigged the poll.

    You can also find me predicting that we’d win before then. Ask Noel if you like. I linked to them for him.

  5. You can also find me predicting that we’d win before then

    Yeah, I know. That’s why I said this:

    A word of caution though Pete, are these the same polls that had you, the Nige and Brendan O’Neill lamenting Brexit’s defeat in the closing hours of the referendum?

  6. You can see why the Remainers are so keen for a second referendum. It’s because they think they would win it. We wouldn’t be hearing anything about it, not a peep, if the opinion polls did not indicate that result:

    “A second referendum would see the population resoundingly vote for the UK to remain in the EU, a new poll has found. The latest Comres poll revealed that Remain would now win by 58 per cent to 42 per cent of the vote.”

    http://www.cityam.com/276486/remain-would-win-second-brexit-referendum-poll-finds-leave

  7. “The latest Comres poll revealed that Remain would now win by 58 per cent to 42 per cent of the vote.” The Remain number is likely to increase with time as more people relaize Brexit will make them poorer. It is good news for the sane.