Those Euro Manifestos In A Nutshell

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Brexit Party
For Gods Sake Just Leave – WTO will be fine for now

Conservatives
20% Brexit party
30% Remain that Looks Like Leave
10% Remain that Looks Like Leave but With a Referendum
30% Remain at all costs

Labour
1% Leave on WTO (Jezza)
24% Remain that Looks Like Leave
25% Remain that Looks Like Leave but With a Referendum
50% Remain at all costs

Libdems
Bollocks to Brexit, democracy, and all the oiks that voted for it

Green
Libdems with flowers on

SNP
Remain in the EU but Leave the UK

Change UK / The Independence Group / Something Else
No Change / No Independence / Not Much Else

 

For why you should vote for the Brexit party and No Deal see here.

* percentages are complete guesses to be honest.

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Your Conservative percentages only add up to 90, but otherwise all looks about right

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That’s why I’ve classified the Euros as Hard Leave, Hard Remain, BRINO, and Standing In The Middle Looking Silly. My last check showed Hard Leave has a 12-point lead on Hard Remain, but without yet getting past 50%. Unless one of those two gets over 50%, both sides are going to fight to claim shares of the middle votes are really their votes in disguise.

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I’m quite impressed with the Green manifesto – it’s just that you can’t trust them. They’ve utterly eviscerated the Common Agricultural Policy, and that’s the European Green group as a whole of which the Eng/Wal/Sco/Ni groups are a part. If their stance is taken at face value they will do everything they can to block the EU budget.
But people have said before that it can be reformed from within.