UK General Election Results Live

 

UK politics has never been so interesting and meh at the same time. Here’s my live account of the 2017 UK general election as it happened….

The disclaimer is I haven’t listed all the separate results but most of the ones that are notable and of course the main highlights! #democracy

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Current State of Results:

Conservative:  318    Labour: 261

SNP: 34        Liberal: 12     Green: 1

Plaid Cymru : 4   Independent/others: 15

 

 

16:36: There is talks of the conservatives forming a government with the DUP.

16:32: I’m back after being asleep most of the afternoon. Turns out I didn’t miss much! Theresa May is looking to form a government of the minority persuasion. But more importantly one of my bet’s came in!

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06:15: And so no party can achieve a majority. Check in some time soon to hear the latest…

 

06:09: RESULT ALERT: Southampton Test : Labour Hold

06:08: RESULT ALERT: Brighton Pavilion: Green Party Hold

06:07: Sky Bet released odds of 10/1 for Boris Johnson to be the next PM. LOLOLOLOLOL 

06:05: NO PARTY CAN WIN A MAJORITY

06:01: FORECAST IS HUNG PARLIAMENT (OR ARE YOU JUST HAPPY TO SEE ME?)

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06:00: Best voting turn out since ’97 suggesting many more young people came out to vote this time around.

Central London is looking mostly red at the moment:

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Here’the breakdown via a map at 05:52

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Approaching the 6am mark, hello if you have just joined us. Weird but interesting night…

Highlights include: Boris is in, Corbyn is in, Abott is in, May is in, Elmo isnt. SNP may have all the power here in deciding to who to align with but if they refuse tory coalition then its gonna be a re match!

05:33: The pound has taken a big drop against both the US dollar and Euro.

 

Well its looking more and more like a coalition…

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How did this even happen? #justsaying

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05:28: RESULT ALERT: Hackney North and Stoke Newington – Labour Hold 

05:25: Hung Parliament looking likely as Conservative and Labour aren’t close enough for a majority right now

 

05:22: RESULT ALERT: Wansbeck – Labour Hold 

05:01: RESULT ALERT: HENLEY – Conservative Hold… there goes one of my bets…

05:00: BBC: ‘Tories to fall short of majority’

The gulf between tory and Labour is increasing as we arrive at 5AM!

Highlight: Amber Rudd (home secretary) just about scrapes her way in to hold her seat.

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04:53: RESULT ALERT: East Sussex/Hastings : Tory Hold (just about) 

04:50: News circulating of Amber Rudd’s constituency result being imminent. The current home secretary is looking to hold her seat for East Sussex

Meme o clock

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04:46: News coming in of a second re count at Richmond Park. ‘100 votes between candidates’.

The 4am turning point has put Conservative out in front with out any signs of slowing down, a result crawls closer!

04:30: RESULT ALERT: Colne Valley : Labour gain

Coalition is the dirty word currently and its being used a lot.

04:25: RESULT ALERT : Milton Keynes South : Conservative Hold

04:24: RESULT ALERT: Edinburgh East : SNP Hold 

04:22: RESULT ALERT: Gillingham and Rainham – Conservative hold

Results still coming in…

04:21: Tories now ahead for the first time with 239

A lot of talk coming out about a coalition between independent’s and Tory.

Highlight : 04:16: Nicola Sturgeon of SNP willing to discuss options for a coalition depending on ‘arithmetic’ and hails Theresa May’s efforts as ‘disastrous’. 

04:11: Conservative go ahead for the first time this morning with 221

04:09: 220 Labour 220 Conservative, looking like extra time then penalties…

Hows that for a line up! Theresa May at one end, Lord Buckethead in the middle and Elmo on the right who both got votes!

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Highlight 04:00: And there is literally 1 point between them. This is the moment where one winner will have to break away..

Both Labour and Conservative pass the 200 mark! Still so close!

03:57: RESULT ALERT: Beaconsfield: Conservative Hold 

03:56: RESULT ALERT : Slough : Labour Hold 

03:53: RESULT ALERT : Edinburgh West : Lib Dem Gain 

Nearly 4am with no signs of this thing slowing down, I’m predicting we could have a result in the next hour or so!

Labour have currently gained 22 seats this election as the difference between red and blue closes even more.

03:47: RESULT ALERT: Durham North West – Labour Hold

03:45 RESULT ALERT : Reading West – Conservative Hold

03:44 : Just 10 points sit between Labour and Conservative!

03:42: RESULT ALERT : Canterbury : Labour gain : The first time since 1918! Old skool

The gap is closing between red and blue, in other news UKIP is a phail. Yes I spelt that with a ph.

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Some more talk about May only being planned conservative leader for the next 3 months.

03:37: RESULT ALERT: Hayes and Harlington – Labour Hold – John Mcdonnell and my old home

With brexit negotiations planned for 11 days time, has Teresa May made a colossal mistake? Find out, right now….

Labour still comfortably ahead here, interesting! Conservative are still behind but are catching up as they both near 200!

Highlight: Tim Farron holds Liberal seat

03:27: RESULT ALERT : West Moreland : Lib Dem Hold – Tim Farron

Jeremy Paxman on May: ‘this country needs stability? Give me a break’

03:26 Reports of Tim Farron result happening soon

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Highlight : Theresa May keeps Maidenhead seat.

03:18: RESULT ALERT: Maidenhead – Conservative Hold – Teresa May back in

03:17 Theresa May making her way to press conference stage at the Maidenhead constituency count.

03:16: RESULT ALERT: Bath : Lib Dem Gain

03:14: Reports coming in that Theresa May has arrived at the count in Maidenhead constituency. The camera then cut to the back of a man wearing an elmo costume!

Highlight : Jeremy Corbyn Holds his Islington North Seat. Pledges to represent ‘as best as I can’.

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03:04 : RESULT ALERT : Islington North – Labour Hold 

03:00 RESULT ALERT: Twickenham – Liberal Gain – Vince Cable is back! 

Labour have been ahead the whole night, the same happened with Trump last year. Not once was Trump behind and look what happened!

02:57: RESULT ALERT : DONCASTER – Labour hold – Ed Milliband back in

Highlight : Boris Johnson retains seat

02:48: RESULTS ALERT : UXBRIDGE and RUISLIP SOUTH – Conservative Hold from Boris Johnson

Highlight : Nick Clegg looses seat to Labour

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02:45 RESULTS ALERT : Sheffield Hallam – Labour Gain from Nick Clegg! 

02:43: RESULTS ALERT: Wirral South – Labour Hold – Sutton Coldfield – Conservative hold

Nick Clegg seen looking ‘somber’ as reports continue to stir about Liberal falling apart.

02:41: RESULTS ALERT: Conservative hold both : Wyre Forest and Rochford 

BBC are predicting Teresa May might not get enough votes for her tory party to have a majority!

02:33- RESULT ALERT – Inverclyde – SNP hold 

02:33 RESULTSALERT – Tamworth – Conservative hold 

02:32– RESULT ALERT – Bristol South – Labor Hold 

Early reports are arising of Liberal Democrats not doing well at all!

02:30 RESULTS ALERT:  Surrey East and Hertfordshire North East – Conservative Hold 

02:29 RESULT ALERT:  Bury North- Labour Gain 

02:28: RESULT ALERT:  Runnymede & Weybridge- Conservative Hold 

02:27: RESULT ALERT: Na H-Eileanan An Iar – SNP hold 

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Some more SNP seats being lost to both Conservative and Labour, this could be the scottish revolt that sways things!

02:18: RESULT ALERT – Barnsley East – Labour Hold 

02:08: RESULT ALERT: Battersea – Labour Gain – An impressive gain for Labour as predicted. 

02:07 RESULTS ALERT : Angus : Conservative gain from SNP / Folkestone and Hythe- Conservative Hold! 

02:04: RESULTS ALERT: SNP OFF THE MARK WITH: Dunbartonshire , Dundee East and Erewash

02:04: SEVERAL RESULTS ALERT: Labour hold the following: Tynemouth , Warley , and Vale of Clwyd is a Labour Gain 

Things are looking very Labour at the moment, maybe one of my cheeky bets could come in!

01:27 RESULTS ALERT: HALTON, BIRKENHEAD and Tooting – Labour Hold

01:26: RESULT ALERT – Makerfield – Labour Hold 

01:26: RESULT ALERT – Basildon South – Conservative Hold 

01:26: RESULT ALERT – Leigh – Labour Hold 

 

David Mitchell quote of the night so far:  ‘what would happen to democracy if we didn’t have so many leisure centers?’

01:24 RESULT ALERT – North Down – Independent Hold 

01:23 RESULT ALERT – Rutherglen – Labour Gain (Another scottish one!)

01:22 RESULT ALERT – Wigan – Labour Hold 

As predicted SNP are losing seats in Scotland and the first one has gone to Labour, could a Scottish revolution help Corbyn win the keys to Downing Street?

01:16 RESULT ALERT – Rutherglen and Hamilton West – Labour Gain

01:15:  RESULTS ALERT – Llanelli – Labour hold / Swindon South: Conservative hold

01:10: RESULT ALERT – WREXHAM – Labour Hold 

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01:06 : Reports coming out the UKIP are going to completely collapse.

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01:02: RESULT ALERT- Basildon South – Conservative Hold 

01:00: Analysts predicting Labour could take Kensington and Battersea! Watch this space. The cheese and onion pastie was good by the way…

RESULT ALERT – South Shields – Labour Hold 

00:51: RESULT ALERT – Darlington – Labour Hold 

00:50 RESULT ALERT X 3 – Middlesbrough – Labour Hold / Workington – Labour Hold 

Basildon & Billericay – Conservative hold

 

00:39 – Eating microwaved Pizza.

00:38 RESULT ALERT – Broxbourne – Conservative Hold 

00:36 RESULT ALERT – Nuneaton – Conservative Hold 

00:28 RESULT ALERT – Kettering – Conservative Hold 

00:19 – I am very much enjoying the comedic banter on display via channel 4. No matter what happens, let’s all just have a laugh.

00:08 – RESULT ALERT – Sunderland West – Labour Hold 

09/06/2017 – Results Day is here

23:59 : RESULT ALERT – Swindon North – Conservative Hold (8000) Majority

23:44 – RESULT ALERT – Sunderland Central – Labour Hold

23:22 – Watching channel 4 and BBC’s coverage. Making a cup of tea. Lib dems rule out coalition, well we shall see! The line up for Channel 4’s alternative coverage is pretty diverse. Former MPs ( Anne Widecombe) comedian David Mitchell and of course Jeremy Paxman, got to love a bit of Jezza!

23:15 : RESULT ALERT – Newcastle Upon Tyne Central – Labour Hold

23:11 FIRST RESULT ALERT – Houghton and Sunderland South – Labour Hold

22:30 – Heading off into the night to work. This time of year at 11pm in the UK it’s still a little light out and only really gets dark for three hours. Will the sun rise before a new government?

22:00 – Exit polls are suggesting a hung parliament whilst others are suggesting Conservative will win. Numbers are predicted as follows:

Con- 314 Lab- 266 – Lib – 14 SNP – 34 Others – 22

19:00 – I skipped my way down to the local polling station to see it mainly deserted. Put a cross in a box and trundled on back home for oven pizza and to watch Buffy and then Angel. Might have put a couple of bets on a few results for the election.

08/06/2017 – Polling Day

 

 

 

 

 

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#Brexit A nation de-vided

Before I delve into what has been a very interesting and somewhat revolutionary bunch of days for UK politics I would just like to say:

It’s OK to be pissed off about a certain way an election/ vote has gone.

Its OK to have an opinion about the UK EU referendum and for either side.

Its OK to debate and voice your opinion just so as long as you are pleasant and nice about it, especially with friends. And above all, its more than ok to make any political situation comical, it’s a way of coping.

I don’t want to use this blog page in a way that throws opinions of politics into disarray or to start any kind of debate, yes your opinion is welcome but the main aim of this page is to grow viewers who will hopefully one day buy my book.

So what happened?

I woke up on Friday morning to see the news of Prime Minister David Cameron resigning. To my shock the British public had voted to leave the European union. Soon enough social media went into over drive. What shocked me the most was the mood of people who didn’t get what they wanted from the referendum vote. Some even resorting to say it was horrific or scary (perhaps a little dramatic).

I must say in nearly every election I have voted in, I haven’t got what I wanted. That’s the case for many many people. Most who aren’t racists or radicals but people who want the best for themselves and the country. Not getting your way is a harsh reality of living in a democracy. A place where you are free to speak about your disdain for whatever result. A place where its OK to be annoyed at a government without fear.

We (the UK) are a civilized bunch (or so we say) but we also love a good moan. In fact it felt like to me nobody on my tweet machine or Facebook actually voted leave. Well someone had to because it was the majority vote.

My opinion (in or out) will remain to myself for now as its no longer relevant. The UK voted out and now we must look on together as a nation, for unity. Again something in which the UK politicians should lead by example, except that’s wrong.

Already several politicians are resigning and leaving their responsibility. Public service is their gig so why don’t they roll up their sleeves and get on with it? If a decision came my way at work that I didn’t like I wouldn’t be taking my ball and going home, I cant afford to. Hence comes my reaction to this vote, not the result itself but the behavior of public figures has been completely and utterly disgraceful.

Yeah I get it Mr Cameron, you wanted in and didn’t get it, you can leave. But everyone else just bailing on their government because of one decision not going their way, come on man. Walking away from something is what you learn not to do as a kid.

Its so ironic that this vote by the people has gone the way the people wanted and for once the sitting pretty politicians have no control of it.

This country needs each other right now, and it’s just seemed to of divided us further. Banks and share values always react like they are and will recover. The world’s perception of us will be as it once was again and things wont feel like they have changed just yet. After all evolution is a change that nobody sees. I’m sure the UK and world will survive, we have left geographically, just politically.

That’s my moan about this whole thing, but what I have appreciated is how politically connected many of my friends are. The vote had a good turn out.

What I loved the most was the political satire and comedy that came from what probably is a serious situation, but you have to be sarcastic first before dealing with it. Below are some social media highlights….

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Brexit the movie: A review

Last time out I did make an attempt (although I was less informed) to argue about the whole UK exiting the EU thing. The media have unwillingly called it Brexit and tonight I aim to give you a more concise case about the whole deal.

First of all, no matter what you hear in the media and including the film I am about to review, you will not find an impartial for/against discussion anywhere. Wherever you go there will be an agenda and I no longer want to hear that you can’t find any information for and against. Stop being lazy and go do some research. That means it is your responsibility to do this yourself, by that I mean research the facts and figures. Only under the surface of comparing GDP’s will you grasp the full meaning of this referendum.

This is bigger than any general election and maybe even the biggest political decision anyone in the UK will make. Why? Because every five years if we are not happy with the clown at the helm we can vote otherwise for someone perhaps less clown like.

There’s a film available on YouTube called Brexit the movie, and yes the people behind this have an agenda. As I said you will have to research and decide yourself but the internet age is a wonderful thing when it comes to opinion. Why? Because it’s allowed no matter what.

The whole premise of this well produced factual presentation is to provide the viewer with a little insight as to what the EU actually is and what it actually does (if there is an answer for either). The tone is against the EU but there are some very interesting points made and delivered all the way through via facts and figures.

The EU main offices located in Brussels consist of over 90 buildings, many of which the local people have no idea where the headquarters is. Why is this such a point? Because it sets the trend for things to come. Another fact is simply this:

10,000 people who work for the EU in Brussels are paid more than the British Prime Minister. That is 1 in 5 of their total staff.

An MEP will choose to pay between 8-24% tax.

Soon the argument comes back to the shores of Britain where the fishing industry has been completely shackled by EU regulation and law. For every £1 that comes from the EU in the north east of the uk you have to pay £2.30 back to them in tax. I mean, what? Its not just the fishing industry that are suffering its nearly every type of home grown industry you can think of.

The EU it would seem have done nothing but slap rules and regulations upon everything, hell every time the UK voted against an EU measure, 72 to be precise they were defeated 72 times!

The facts and numbers go on. I could write a gripping Sunday times spread about this if I knew the right people but this movie sends everything home. That is what this is about after all, our home.

I would seem the EU has made so many rules for absolutely anything. An example is the pillow you lay on every night:

5 EU laws cover the pillow case alone and then the pillow itself is governed by 109 laws!

Bread alone has 1246 laws and milk well the cows wont be coming home until they have read the 12,653 laws involved.

This whole regulation this began after WW2. The UK suffered long after with rationing and because of these European restrictions. They held us down whilst the losers of that war (Germany) eventually became the 3rd strongest economy in the world. Why? Because they threw out the regulations and did it their way. It is noted they joined the EU eventually but they were strong enough before.

We can move on now to the corporations, the big guys in business. Now they love the EU, why?  Because most of them are lobbying in the EU for regulations that crush everyone but them. If there’s no market competition because Tesco has taken all the little men down then how is the consumer supposed to benefit.

This also poses a problem on importing. The EU would rather support a local dwindling business that let an outside manufacturer with a far superior product get into the EU market. They’ll slap a tariff, a tax and an overabundance of regulations on this better manufacturer. Who suffers? Us the consumers.

No way am I anti Europe and even this film doesn’t come across that way but they have definitely lifted the lid on this ‘protectionism’ going on and stopping the average joe from getting a good deal.

If we leave the EU wont we need to negotiate trade deals?

This question is just a scare tactic. The EU is already a trade deal, that’s what it is and its a bad one, really bad. Take Switzerland for example, probably the richest country in the world. They have been independent for nearly ever and they are so successful. They do what they want and you don’t need a trade deal like them to trade with other countries. Every country will have a certain level of rules but there is no deal needed.

What I have decided is this: The EU are holding down the development of any economy. Just compare their GDP to any others, even developing countries. Now we are seeing more and more far right parties getting in around the continent and dragging us into it.

We are not ‘rocking the boat’ by leaving, although if you really researched the case for and against the boat got sold off years ago.

For those unsure, do the research and of course watch the film but above all go out on referendum day and vote!

 

Time to leave Europe?

It’s politics season yet again, well that’s how it feels and in the past few weeks there have been local elections that nobody cared about and of course the European union debate continues on.

By elections that nobody cares about, I mean Sky news did. Even when news is slow they find something to cover, to death. I digress. My agenda for this current blog entry is to discuss that merging of two words that nobody seems to approve of and though gritted teeth we all say Brexit. Like a shitty version of a celebrity marriage, except divorce is very much on the cards.

Soon enough the voting public of the UK will go out to the poles and decide whether or not we should continue to be a part of the European union. Firstly here’s the fact about that, especially as people seem to believe any scare mongering crap they read online.

If you have previously been registered to vote in the UK, you do not have to register to vote for the European vote. If you are unsure then just go to gov.uk and read it for yourself.

Onwards with the main narrative, this weekend just gone we had the Eurovision song contest! Although in recent years the quality of acts has got better and better, even leaving nations like us behind. But also with that quality comes the political undertone that dominates the whole farce. A farce is a fair word to describe the contest which sees Australia (nothing against them but why?) entered for the second time in two consecutive years and a new voting system that even the judges had no clue about thus making it that much clearer to me that the whole thing is probably rigged.

I talk about Eurovision because it reflects to me what ‘Europe’ really think of the UK. Its watched by the people. Well they don’t think of us in all honesty, just look at where we finished. And by Europe, how many of the finalist countries are actually big time players in the EU? Really this contest is the only proper way to see how our mainland neighbours actually perceive us if you take away any quality a song we produce it relies on.

Political undertones if there were any in this contest are normally aimed at Vladimir Putin and the gang. And yes the Ukraine’s entry aimed their message at him. They won. Therefore, confirming the fact that Europe don’t actually know that we are about to consider leaving their ‘club’. I mean to really confirm that we would need a Brexit themed song (imagine that!) to stand up against the Ukraine to really know but I get this feeling the whole ‘please don’t leave us gang’ is actually an illusion. I think Europeans are more worried about what Russia are going to do as opposed to what we might do.

Leaving Europe is a serious consideration and well looking around nobody has given me a decent argument for either case. Stay or leave? Who the frig knows? Do the EU care? Probably not.

Maybe we should just quietly divorce and move on. We have it our way mostly, especially with our much stronger currency. Maybe we should just go old skool like the days of the empire and politely say ‘fu** them!’ Or is that too offensive for the offended police?

Either way if you can vote. Do vote. It’s your duty as a resident of a democratic nation, the right to change through voting is all we sometimes have as voice. Much like Eurovision, if it isn’t rigged. Above all this is just my opinion. What do you think about the UK leaving the EU? Answers on a postcard?

 

The General Election : Britain can certainly moan

From glancing ever so briefly at social media over my weekend it’s safe to say people are rather unhappy with the outcome of the very recent UK General election. In fact I couldn’t name one person I know that is genuinely satisfied with the result.

Did people actually get what they wanted?

Is that the state of modern politics? People are somewhat becoming used to getting something else as opposed to what or who they voted for. Instead of vent and rant with an opinionated spat on the internet, I would rather look at little deeper as to why there’s some grumpiness right now.

The disgruntled are in simple terms reacting which is an effect. Writing 101 states that every cause has an effect so what is that cause?

all parties 1) The SNP Revolt

I sat next to my good (partially drunk on Asti) friend Matt Streuli as the election results came in at the rather wee hours of Friday morning. The theme at that time was SNP taking seats from Labour. Rather quickly a Scottish revolution became apparent. We even saw history right there, the youngest ever MP aged 20 had been voted in.

Now without voting numbers and proportions aside, the Scottish folk are obviously looking for change, with the referendum theme still fresh they looked for this change through Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP. She wanted to get the Tories out and said this more than once during the debates (remember that, it’s important further down). She even offered to collaborate with Labour to do this, but was there any other choice?

2)  No coalition is better than a coalition

Down south most of the voting public were thinking either red or blue. We knew that team yellow proved to be irrelevant to Downing Street this time around. Ed Miliband of labour didn’t spend the last 5 years as prime minister, David Cameron did (elected or not).

 The devil you know?

The exit polls suggested this early on. But voting an all conservative government in is just an effect of the SNP wanting to get the Tories out. How would they do that, by teaming up with the only other party as big as conservative, Labour.

Again we are seeing people use their vote for a different agenda.  Think about it carefully for just a moment. Conservative got in because people didn’t want another coalition of two parties who hadn’t seen Downing street recently. It really is a case of the devil you know but this time there is no conscience of Nick Clegg on Cameron’s shoulder.

The minority of Scotland posed a threat to the majority and led to the election of David Cameron.

Conclusion 

That’s how I see it anyway, and even after looking at the first past the post rules and proportions. UKIP had a good day in terms of votes but were marooned by these rules.

It will be an interesting 5 years, seeing what Scotland will do, of course the deficit and borrowing. Will they put the rubbish of the deficit into just another bin called borrowing? Food banks, an issue that is ever increasing, how many will we see in 5 years?

There are some things that you can’t blame the past 5 years for. Our interest rate is rock bottom, but the world economy is still recovering. For me it will be interesting as in the recent budget they promised more control over the science and research budgets.

I am optimistic for now, but then again nothing ever works out how you expect it to.

 

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There was another debate…

Last night was yet another date on the election campaign debate tour and I have to say it was rather enjoyable. Good on ya BBC, you put on a decent show (I will ignore the 70’s for now). Talking of shows there were two no shows. The current leaders of Britain Nick Clegg and David Cameron were both absent. Damn did they miss out the action.

In fact the two words Nick Clegg weren’t mentioned once. Does that suggest the liberal democrats are now a lost cause?

So here we saw the five potential downing street parties go head to head about issues in forms of questions raised by the audience. The leaders all introduced themselves and the audience slowly came out of their shells to applaud some of them.

Already I liked this debate more than the 7 way a few weeks prior. There just seemed to be a better energy about things. One common theme of slamming David Cameron indicated that he had been badly advised not to be there. Nicola Sturgeon of the Scottish national party even suggested a coalition with Ed Miliband’s labour party just to get the conservatives out.

Nigel Farage came across strong and with relevant points but half an hour in he weirdly insulted the BBC audience. He is quoted to say “This is a remarkable audience even by the left wing standards of the BBC.” We would then see the other candidates lay into Farage somewhat defeating him. Of course the pantomime style booing ensued. Although nearer the end he did get some applause. I will give it to the man, he can talk but is the controversy of UKIP really him?

Ed Miliband did his usual talking to the camera and people at home instead the audience. Although it’s kinda cheesy it does work. Yet again he talked about previous labour getting it wrong, and getting money from a mansion tax.

Leanne Wood from Plaid Cymru (Welsh party) came across likable, but are the needs of Wales the needs of the UK? Her best moment and maybe of the whole debate came from her comment to Nigel Farage about disagreeing with her opponent on the far right (boom boom).

Natalie Bennet of the Green party heavily opposed any type of nuclear weapons when asked about trident. (Cough cough, tell that to the other countries that have nuclear capabilities)

Well I think I have said something about every candidate.

From this debate and with 20 days until voting, I now know who I will be voting for. I t could be 1 of 7 or is it 1 of 5. Either way if you are of voting age in the UK, this BBC debate is definitely worth looking at.

 

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