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  • All things considered. hung parliament would be a great outcome
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    • He wouldnít look at the photo and the confiscated the reporterís phone! Heís unbelievable.

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      • Since Tory manifesto proposes leaving the European convention on human rights, on this particular issue UK ends up being together with only one other European country, Belarus (me). Not sure whether I should laugh or cry.
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        • Jonathan Pie nails it on the last 10 years of Tory rule.

          IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY SWEARING THEN YOU MAY NOT WANT TO WATCH IT

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          • I wish everybody could be forced to watch that.

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            • Queen.

              Now do as she says yall!
              Beauty is a must, Talent is a plus: DUA LIPA ♪ RIHANNA ♪ BEYONCE ♪ THE WEEKND
              #NO DUSTY DIVAS OR XMAS FADS ALLOWED (EXCEPT MADINO)

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              • At the very least can BoJo lose his seat? It would be such a kii
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                • UK UKMIXERS - have you voted?

                  If not, you've got until 10pm!

                  I voted this morning, I was the 6th person to enter my polling station and vote.

                  I voted Labour, as previously stated - I still feel conflicted by that decision but I just couldn't in good faith vote for a party led by Boris Johnson.

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                  • If, like me, you plan to stay up late and watch some of the election coverage - the BBC has you sorted!

                    The BBC News website will have results for every constituency as they are announced, with a postcode search, interactive map and scoreboards. Our politics live page will have minute-by-minute updates in text and video, as well as expert analysis as the night unfolds.

                    Online coverage will also include:

                    * Live video stream of the BBC's election night special
                    * The result of the exit poll as voting ends at 22:00 GMT and on @BBCBreaking
                    * Analysis from polling expert Prof Sir John Curtice including early forecasts of which seats could change hands
                    * All 650 results will be tweeted automatically on @BBCElection, with updates from correspondents at counts around the country on Twitter using #BBCElection and at @BBCPolitics
                    * Stories written automatically on the election results for all 650 constituencies for the first time
                    * Election coverage on smart speakers for the first time. Wake your device at any time and say "give me BBC News" for an interactive bulletin, with the latest results, tallies, reaction and analysis
                    * Live pages with local results from English regions as well as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

                    Television

                    The BBC's Election 2019 results programme will be led by Huw Edwards on BBC One, the BBC News Channel, and BBC iPlayer. Edwards will be joined by Reeta Chakrabarti, Andrew Neil and Tina Daheley, as well as Jeremy Vine, who will also be in the studio with his famous swingometer.

                    The programme begins at 21:55 GMT on Thursday and runs until 09:00 GMT on Friday, when Emily Maitlis takes the helm from Westminster, with Clive Myrie broadcasting from Downing Street, as the overall election result becomes clear.

                    The overnight coverage will include:

                    * BBC specialists, including political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Europe editor Katya Adler, economics editor Faisal Islam, media editor Amol Rajan, and Sir John Curtice
                    * Presenters in key constituencies, including Naga Munchetty, Andrew Marr, Martha Kearney, Nick Robinson and Lucy Manning
                    * Analysis from Sophie Raworth of results as they come in on a giant constituency map of the UK
                    * An exit poll, which will be projected on Old Broadcasting House, in central London
                    * The return of classic election theme tune, Rick Wakeman's Arthur, in a newly remixed version. It was the opening music for every election from 1979 until 2005, with the exception of 2001

                    The overnight programme is also being shown on BBC World News and streamed live on the BBC News website internationally.
                    I can't wait for the exit poll.

                    Anyone care to make any predictions for the results of this year's G/E?

                    I predict a Conservative majority but not enough to govern solely - I reckon they will get 305 seats.

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                    • Originally posted by Kpop View Post


                      Jonathan Pie nails it on the last 10 years of Tory rule.

                      IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY SWEARING THEN YOU MAY NOT WANT TO WATCH IT
                      Damn

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                      • Voted Labour, I can and will never vote for Boris Johnson. The man is a racist, homophobic bigot.

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                        • Just 2 hours left to vote - first exit poll comes just after 10pm!

                          A few people have apparently struggled to get their vote in because of "registration" issues - apparently, one student block in Wales consisting of over 200 students have all not been able to vote as the address they submitted on their registration form wasn't accurate.

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                          • Here we go - sounds like the tories, a secret dictatorship.

                            Blocking the young vote, keeping the old rich vote. Every word Johnathan Pie said is 100% correct. Anyone will a fully formed brain wouldn't vote for them. They have the country on its knees and in political chaos. It's time to stop blaming Labour for this absolute circus. None of this happened when we had Tony Blair.


                            I am scared for this result, but also fully willing for it to come. If we have to endure 5 full years of Boris this country will look extremely different at the end of it, and everyone who has voted conservative deserves every bit of what is coming.


                            Mind blowing that in 2019 people WANT right wing. LOL.
                            thank u, next

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                            • Originally posted by Wayne View Post
                              Just 2 hours left to vote - first exit poll comes just after 10pm!

                              A few people have apparently struggled to get their vote in because of "registration" issues - apparently, one student block in Wales consisting of over 200 students have all not been able to vote as the address they submitted on their registration form wasn't accurate.
                              Sad to hear, it seems to have affected a few areas for new voters. Some went with their cards and it said “deleted” on their entry on the register, they called the help line and were told to go back and try again.

                              The far right will always be present while immigration and nationalism are high on the agenda.

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                              • Originally posted by shinydiscopaul View Post

                                Mind blowing that in 2019 people WANT right wing.
                                This.
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                                • Exit Poll Results

                                  20,000 people surveyed across 144 polling stations...

                                  Conservative 368 seats
                                  Labour 191 seats.

                                  OMFG.

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                                  • Exit poll is shattering.

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                                    • Corbyn has to go.

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                                      • The exit poll is horrifying!

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                                        • Well we are leaving the EU then...

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                                          • SNP will prevail.
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                                            • Overall, based on exit poll...

                                              Cons: +50
                                              Lab: -71
                                              SNP: +20
                                              LD: +1
                                              Other: +1

                                              Stunning for the SNP.

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                                              • Scotland better pull through for that independent referendum pt.2 and don't look back.
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                                                • Get Brexit done won the day, which is hilarious seeing as Brexit is nowhere near done, and even when it (if) it is, it will still have ramifications for decades.

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                                                  • God I can’t see Boris‘s face anymore *screams in to pillow*
                                                    LJC--->>

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