Official general election day thread


#3445

Exactly


#3446

Yes, and with the leave vote split 3 ways


#3447

will of the ruddy, bloody, gruddy people, mate


#3448

I want a second referendum, but only at the stage that these are the only two options:

  • Sorry lads we’ve absolutely fucked this, leaving really isn’t an option :black_square_button:
  • Remain :black_square_button:

#3449

Which is actually a more honest referendum as last year 48% voted for Remain & 52% voted for 1000s of different, individual fantasy Brexit scenarios

Will of the people


#3450

that’s a fair point, why didn’t they rig the vote like that in the first place


#3451

Can still remember some weirdo with a mullet going steadily purple on Question Time as he listed all the imaginary things he thought he voted for in the referendum.


#3452

Imagine the Mail if a second ref was called though
Imagine


#3453

SADNESS IN THEIR EYES


#3454

Because Cameron would have lost control of the difficult squad in his party if he tried it.


#3455

Because David fucking Cameron


#3456

I’m facepalming just thinking about it


#3457

getting rid of the metric system and going back to imperial measurements?


#3458

Davey Cameron is a pie


#3459

Want to feel old? This is what The Corrs look like now


#3460

#3461

Can’t wait until he comes back with Osborne and Fox to reform the SHIELD


#3462

I know politics serious business and all but :joy:


#3463

https://www.indy100.com/article/theresa-may-jeremy-corbyn-grenfell-fire-survivors-firefighters-compare-pictures-7791821

Bit of fluff on the face of it but rings true through the entire campaign. When May went to Bridgend (and I’d imagine everywhere else) she surrounded herself with a ring of policeman. Couldn’t wait to get away from the people she serves.
Corbyn exudes integrity and compassion everywhere he goes. How he’s not leading the country is beyond me.


#3464

The Man Corr’s aged particularly gracefully.