No, not really love

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Johnson’s casual misogyny has kept women out of the election campaign
Zoe Williams

Rather more to do with people despising Jo Swinson perhaps?

Further – there were four major parties in this election, Tory, Labour, LibDem, SNP. Two of which were led by women. This is hardly keeping women out now, is it?

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“A record number of women elected to Parliament” according to the BBC.

Boganboy
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I’ll admit that sort of whine by Zoe Williams would make me think twice about voting for a woman.

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OK. So, we lost the election. Are there ANY figures we can put out to claim that we really won it?

Hmm…. adding up Cons and Brexit voters makes a lower figure than adding up all the rest – so that’s one thing we can claim…. and how about something about women or minorities…?

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I’m already seeing the usual Remainiac rabble claiming the Conservatives got the support of less than a third of the electorate, therefore they have no mandate. I expect to see a challenge by Jolyon Maugham being funded by Gina Miller in front of Brenda Hale next week. After all, the result can only be attributed to the evil Rooskies!

Briny
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Briny

Of course it was the Rooskies! FusionGPS and Steele say they hijacked the election.

Quentin Vole
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Quentin Vole

Anti-(sic)Fascist rioters in Whitehall tonight. Perhaps Macron will lend his new buddy Boris some of the CRS to sort them out.

Chester Draws
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Chester Draws

The same “casual misogny” of the Tories that put May in charge of their party just recently?

Bloke in North Dorset
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Bloke in North Dorset

Indeed, and has most of them desperate for another Maggie.