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originally posted by: ketsuko
I guess that's that. They do want Brexit.
originally posted by: Freeborn
a reply to: M5xaz
Its a dark and desperate night for the UK.
We had truly appalling choices....the leaders of ALL the major party's are thoroughly unfit for high office.
The thing is, this has been more of an anti-Corbyn vote than anything else.
Its a call for The Labour Party to return to its core values and represent their traditional core support.
I can not emphasise just how unfit for office any of the options were.
Personally I'm a passionate Brexit supporter.....Boris Johnson is going to force an appalling Brexit deal on us and he represents everything I hate about this country.....yet unbelievable he was the least damaging choice.
We're well and truly #ed and I suspect that in a few years time many people might look back on this night with deep regret.
so if he wins like it looks like he is does this mean now they get brexit? or again will there be like more and more elections as all ive seen of UK elections is rotating politicans for years now
(CNN)Boris Johnson's election gamble appears to have paid off. Brexit seemed to be firmly back on track Thursday after an initial exit poll suggested his Conservative Party was on course to secure a large majority -- 86 seats -- in the House of Commons.The exit poll, conducted for the UK's main broadcasters, predicted the Conservatives would win 368 seats, well ahead of Labour's 191. The Scottish National Party is projected to win 55 seats, with the Liberal Democrats securing 13. Reacting to the exit polls, Johnson thanked the Conservative Party's voters, candidates and volunteers. "We live in the greatest democracy in the world," he tweeted.