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UK exit poll suggests solid majority for Johnson's Conservatives

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Hopefully the UK will wake up to a Labour government in the UK!

Bojo the Clown and the rest of his elitist friends need to be removed from a position where they are allowed to ransack British sources for the benefit of their friends at the expense of the average British person.

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The exit poll estimates the number of Conservative seats to be ... 368

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It will be the height of irony if Brexit accomplishes what 150 years of IRA violence could not; a unified Ireland.

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A depressing exit poll, but let's see how it plays out.

Regardless of your political orientation, it is a very sad day for Britain to elect someone as clearly dishonest and bigoted as Johnson. As with Trump, this is post-truth politics.

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Hopefully the UK will wake up to a Labour government in the UK

LOL, ^^^pure fantasy...

Bye Bye Jeremy is more like it. Blind Freddy and his cat can see the instability over the last 3 years is totally the Labour Party's doing.

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BoJo's far from perfect, but he's still a better alternative than a tired old socialist who seems t think more government is the answer to every problem, and praised Hugo Chavez from job well done. That's turned out pretty well, hasn't it?

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Corbyn has been accused of allowing anti-Semitism to spread within the party. The 70-year-old left-winger is portrayed by opponents as an aging Marxist with unsavory past associations with Hamas and the IRA.

Right to the very end the corporate media is spreading lies. Evil is going to win; post-truth politics has sealed the fate of the UK.

Good luck to our Scottish and Irish friends with independence and unification. What a sad day for all those who believe in truth, honesty and a fair shake for all.

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it is a very sad day for Britain to elect someone as clearly dishonest and bigoted as Johnson

vs racist, even more bigoted, anti-semite, traitorous Corbyn?

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Sh1mon M4sadaToday 07:48 am JST

it is a very sad day for Britain to elect someone as clearly dishonest and bigoted as Johnson

vs racist, even more bigoted, anti-semite, traitorous Corbyn?

Oh dear. is that you Rupert Murdoch? Corbyn's been the subject of a vicious smear campaign since the very day he became Labour leader, led by the far-right, foreign-owned British media and Israel's troll army. As I'm sure you know...

https://electronicintifada.net/content/how-israeli-spies-are-flooding-facebook-and-twitter/27596

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Sh1mon M4sadaToday  07:48 am JST

vs racist, even more bigoted, anti-semite, traitorous Corbyn?

Looks like someone's been reading The Sun, The Daily Mail, The Express and The Telegraph a bit too much.

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Update the headline to signify the biggest Labour bollocking ever.And for Johnson to be trumpeting on about how he has a mandate to take Britain out of the EU as he sees fit.

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The Exit Poll for labour is not congenial. However it is a close eyes and wait.......

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/dec/12/general-election-2019-uk-live-labour-tories-corbyn-boris-johnson-results-exit-poll?page=with:block-5df2b8388f08b5e670042fb7#block-5df2b8388f08b5e670042fb7

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Alfie: Right to the very end the corporate media is spreading lies. Evil is going to win; post-truth politics has sealed the fate of the UK.

Ouch! You do realize that the vast majority of “corporate media” is Leftist don’t you? Closing your eyes to Corbyn and Labors anti-semitism and Marxist inspired authoritarianism won’t make it go away.

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Well, either there is a hummus shortage in Islington, or BoJo is being projected a massive majority...

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Ouch! You do realize that the vast majority of “corporate media” is Leftist don’t you? Closing your eyes to Corbyn and Labors anti-semitism and Marxist inspired authoritarianism won’t make it go away.

It's a little early in the morning to be tripping on LSD isn't it? Come on mate, you've got to be living in fairyland with the teletubbies to believe any of that. Britain's foreign-owned corporate media is "leftist"? Joke of the day!

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Hahaha! See ya Jezzer and Diane! Good one Boris!

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Congratulations to the Brits! Make UK Great Again!

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This looks bad. I was pretty much resigned to a a Tory government, but this looks like a hiding for Labour. The idea of a pathological liar like Johnson as PM is sickening.

Just not good enough from Labour.

The Tories have just taken Blyth Valley from Labour. Was Labour since 1950.

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If the exit polls are correct, this is an overwhelming mandate to get on with Brexit and could be a shot in the arm for similar movements in Europe. And it's an clear signal to Labour that the majority of Brits don't want their destructive economic and social policies.

Just hope the Conservatives don't screw it up to much. They are politicians, after all, so we need to moderate our expectations.

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Ouch! You do realize that the vast majority of “corporate media” is Leftist don’t you?

Not familiar with the UK press then?

You really should look outside the US bubble before making laughably inaccurate comments.

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And it's an clear signal to Labour that the majority of Brits don't want their destructive economic and social policies.

It's 10 years of Tory austerity that has irreparably damaged the UK. It seems like the bubble-dwelling Americans have almost no understanding of the reality of Britain and its recent history.

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Alfie NoakesToday  08:22 am JST

@Wolfpack Ouch! You do realize that the vast majority of “corporate media” is Leftist don’t you? Closing your eyes to Corbyn and Labors anti-semitism and Marxist inspired authoritarianism won’t make it go away.

It's a little early in the morning to be tripping on LSD isn't it? Come on mate, you've got to be living in fairyland with the teletubbies to believe any of that. Britain's foreign-owned corporate media is "leftist"? Joke of the day!

Or perhaps virtually everyone on the political spectrum is "leftist" from his perspective.

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Since this is an international site, from an international perspective, I would say this is more significant than Trump winning. Trump was an outsider taking on the incumbent Democrats. He was elected partly because people felt no loyalty/gratitude to the Obama administration and disliked Hillary Clinton, the clear "establishment" candidate he was up against.

Johnson here is the incumbent. Voting for him is voting for more of the same. If you want a comparison, this result is the same as Trump being re-elected against Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren, far better candidates than Clinton was. This vote is a rejection of change.

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Alfie Noakes, view FX market, the currency pair, the politics is irrelevant. If the correlation is correct the labour could be for want of a better word in trouble      

Labour Party will face a number of existential questions.  

Boris Johnson is a toxic moment in time.  An irrelevance.   

Sorry I do understand your ideologically. But one party will fall on stony ground. There is ultimately little social justice, but a frail balance between.........the have’s, and have nots.

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 Closing your eyes to Corbyn and Labors anti-semitism and Marxist inspired authoritarianism won’t make it go away.

But ignoring the anti-Semitism of the Tories (not to mention the anti-Muslim bias) is ok?

I wish Corbyn was a bit more Marxist, but certainly not authoritarian. Not sure where you got that idea, seeing as the two ideologies are polar opposite. But then, right wing Americans aren't well-versed on the nuances of politics.

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Anyway, one positive - this result will hasten Scottish independence and Irish unity.

Tiocfaidh ár lá agus go raibh maith agat, Tories!

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Congratulations to the Brits! Make UK Great Again!

The Tory party is very much a party of England, not Scotland or Wales ( I wouldn’t expect you to know that the mainland parties don’t run in NI ).

This election could be the beginning of the end of the UK.

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But ignoring the anti-Semitism of the Tories (not to mention the anti-Muslim bias) is ok?

Tory anti-Semitism? Are you for real?

Tiocfaidh ár lá agus go raibh maith agat

Ah, now I'm beginning to understand where your Anglophobia stems from.

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Election results 2019: Tories on course to win majority - exit poll

https://www.bbc.com/news/election-2019-50765773

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Tory anti-Semitism? Are you for real?

It's quite well-documented. Not sure why you're pretending to be surprised.

Among those who are facing an investigation is Sally-Ann Hart, the Tory candidate in Hastings and Rye, which is ex-Home Secretary Amber Rudd's former seat. Also being investigated is Richard Short, who is standing in St Helens South and Whiston, and Lee Anderson, who is running in Ashfield and Eastwood.

https://www.bbc.com/news/election-2019-50700874

And a look into the history of this problem in the party

https://www.antisemitism.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/MASTER-CONSERVATIVE-PARTY-BRIEFING-12-04-2019-PDF-Version-4.pdf

Ah, now I'm beginning to understand where your Anglophobia stems from.

Wanting a United Ireland does not mean one has Anglophobia. Such an accusation is disingenuous.

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This a live update...

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Alfie

It's 10 years of Tory austerity that has irreparably damaged the UK. It seems like the bubble-dwelling Americans have almost no understanding of the reality of Britain and its recent history.

Well, for a start I'm not American, I'm Australian. So strike 1. Be careful about making assumptions.

And as inept as the Conservatives are - they don't really seem to stand for anything, which was one of the reasons why Cameron was frightened of losing support to UKIP and hence the Brexit referendum - Labour's obsession with economic socialism and cultural Marxism only promise failure.

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What's terrifying is if Labour try to go tory-lite again and the Blairists regain power within the party.

What a missed opportunity. I'm sure the Putin mob must be delighted.

https://www.newsweek.com/russia-meddling-u-k-election-real-problem-gullible-voters-social-media-disinformation-1476699

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Results only show how disconnected many longterm expats (in this case JT brits but it's the same for most of us euros, yanks, aussies, kiwis etc) are from the country they (still) call home. Can't feel the pulse of your birth nation when you've been away for 2-3 decades, lived in leafy suburbs lol. bit of a reality check.

I think the brits are sick and tired of the brexit shenanigans and didnt buy labor's "let's have another go/discuss brexit further or shall we..." nonsense. 3 years ffs.

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Comments on Ireland becoming united all of a sudden as a result of this election are quite naive. Yes a united Ireland is a lovely idea and the way it should be (i'm an Englishman btw) but the loyalists just will not allow it to happen any time soon. We are still generations away from there being the political, religious and social tolerance there for it to be reality.

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Jimizo an exit poll is not a forgone conclusion, it is significant though, but the projected landslide, is frivolous, if not a tad precipitous.

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Jimizo an exit poll is not a forgone conclusion, it is significant though, but the projected landslide, is frivolous, if not a tad precipitous.

Yes, I know. That’s why I used ‘looks like’ rather than ‘is’.

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Comments on Ireland becoming united all of a sudden as a result of this election are quite naive. Yes a united Ireland is a lovely idea and the way it should be (i'm an Englishman btw) but the loyalists just will not allow it to happen any time soon. We are still generations away from there being the political, religious and social tolerance there for it to be reality.

Indeed. Dinosaurs like the DUP and their Loyalist connections will certainly do their best to halt the inevitable, but it will happen. The question is when.

I still find it a bit of a chuckle when certain British folk demand their right to leave the EU but still want to deny the 6 counties from exiting the UK.

Not your good self, obviously. But there are those who will buy the drinks, visit the country, enjoy the music, the craic, the culture, even get an Irish passport but still want to delay a 32 county Republic.

Johnson and his merry band will be terrible for ordinary, decent British folk but they've set something in motion that cannot be stopped.

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Hopefully the UK will wake up to a Labour government in the UK!

Buwahahahaha

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 Blind Freddy and his cat can see the instability over the last 3 years is totally the Labour Party's doing.

Oh yes, a decade of Tory cuts and austerity has nothing to do with it, Mr Murdoch....

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Under another round of Bozo, the poor will remain poor.

Exit pools forecasting big Bozo win, maybe the biggest since Thatcher.

If Labour fail, especially by a big margin Corbyn needs to own it and resign. There won't be much of an effective opposition which isn't good for democracy.

Not a good result for Northern Ireland and Scotland and Wales kicked into the sidelines.

Probably this is an election of voters against Corbyn than more supporters of Bozo. he Brexit Party also had some effect on the voters.

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Well done, British Trump, well done! He sure does have charisma, like Trump and PM Abe, thats for sure. Seeing Johnson walking into vote with his dog was funny, he seems like a regular nice guy. He will get Britain going again!!

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I don't like the election result. Let's hold a second election.

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I don't hate Japan's government. I'm off to get my teeth done later today in a state-of-the-art clinic thanks to its well-funded healthcare. I get child benefit I need but would not qualify for in the UK, and my youngest got really good subsidized childcare that cost 1/4 of the fee in the UK. I live in deep countryside but have 50MBit fiber optic broadband, something I wouldn't get in many UK cities. Japan has various problems, but it's a good country. I don't hear about Japanese people having to go to food banks like the UK. Japanese people volunteer to help each other out after national disasters, not to feed and clothe each other in normal times. Japanese children do not have to sleep on a hospital floor because there are no beds.

Many people dislike Corbyn or the media-presented image of Corbyn but he increased the Labour vote on a Leave platform in 2017 and looks like decreasing it this time on a Second-Referendum/Leave platform. The more Brexity Corbyn was more popular. I am anti-Brexit, so this is not something I point out with any joy.

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Probably this is an election of voters against Corbyn than more supporters of Bozo.

Probably Labour's getting slaughtered because they won't support Brexit.

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kohakuebisu

I don't hear about Japanese people having to go to food banks like the UK. Japanese people volunteer to help each other out after national disasters, not to feed and clothe each other in normal times. Japanese children do not have to sleep on a hospital floor because there are no beds.

Guess you don't know about the 16 million Japanese living in poverty and 5 million children who don't get enough to eat.

We pay more for healthcare in Japan than in the UK. We also only receive low amounts of state pensions.

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Poor old Labour.

Desperately unpopular in the UK.

Look at the Laborites above... bleating about newspaper influence etc.

That's basically calling everybody thick.

What they are saying is "Oh I can see through the newspaper bias because I'm oh-so-clever but all the thickos have just fallen for it."

They call themselves socialist but they're the worst snobs out there.

Good riddance to the anti-semite Corbyn... what a joker... good for a laugh at least.

Who will be the next Labour leader... Diane Abbot??!! She'd be excellent!

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Labour are losing seats that they have always held. A massacre. Corbyn is gone.

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Seems like people are slowing rejecting the confining Chains of socialism. Good news for the UK.

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The people have spoken, and you reap what you sow!

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There is poverty in Japan, but poverty in the UK is far worse. Japanese pension premiums (kokumin nenkin) are much lower than UK national insurance. If you don't pay much in, you won't get much out. That's how pensions work. Japan has a huge national debt because of social spending, which dwarfs military or infrastructure spending. The UK is coming off 10 years of huge cuts to social spending. UK style austerity would be politically impossible in Japan.

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Seems like people are slowing rejecting the confining Chains of socialism. Good news for the UK.

No. Labour are not socialists - they are outright, dyed-in-the-wool, unreformed Trotskyites. Full-fat 100% Communists.

Fortunately, the great British public are not.

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Japanese pension premiums (kokumin nenkin) are much lower than UK national insurance

Wrong. My UK NI class 2 contributions are 15 pounds a month. My Japanese pension payments are about 26,000yen per month. Please check your facts before misleading people.

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Me, on Nov. 24:

A choice of widespread nationalisation and free public services, or a"dynamic market economy".

> The independent observer in me believes strongly that the latter will win, here.

https://japantoday.com/category/world/uk%27s-johnson-pitches-%27christmas-present%27-brexit-push-in-manifesto#comment-2032054

Taxing the rich, nationalizing industries and giving people "free" stuff - it doesn't seem to win elections in most western democracies in the 21st century, with the Nordic nations outliers in that respect (they are interesting cases, but it seems like there are cultural dynamics or something at play which makes state socialism acceptable and even workable in their context.)

“If the Tories win, this country will just fall apart,” said Eleanor Sawbridge Burton, a freelance writer in London.

This is what the losers of any election will feel in the immediate aftermath, but actually things won't be so bad.

“It will really hit climate change and the NHS. It feels a bit hopeless.”

I don't have an NHS and I get by OK - what matters is whether an effective system to provide adequate health care exists. Hopefully sick 4 year olds can get care when they need it. Not sure there will be any further impact on climate change.

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Dear me remoainers everywhere. The British people voted to leave the EU. Can you understand the concept of democracy?

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Under 10 years of Tory rule, and benefit caps have greatly increased the numbers of people living in poverty greatly increased to 14 million people, 1-in-5 people.

PM Bozo says he will change that, but can we actually believe what he says.

No Business

Japanese pension premiums (kokumin nenkin) are much lower than UK national insurance

Wrong. My UK NI class 2 contributions are 15 pounds a month. My Japanese pension payments are about 26,000yen per month. Please check your facts before misleading people.

15 pounds per month is ¥2,200 per month. Japan is ten times higher.

Average Japanese state pension

¥150,000 /month. 1015 pounds per month

Average UK State pensions

728 pound per month. ¥107,000/month.

No money is charged in the UK for medical healthcare at the point of service. In Japan the charge is 30%.

The Japanese pension of ¥150,000 is too low for most people.

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kohakuebisu,

I don't hate Japan's government. I'm off to get my teeth done later today in a state-of-the-art clinic thanks to its well-funded healthcare.

Interesting viewpoint, given that the government is spending 100 trillion yen a year versus 60 trillion yen in tax revenues. So I'd call it unsustainable - good while it lasts, at best, and not "well-funded" from a holistic perspective.

Japan has a huge national debt because of social spending

So maybe you were being sarcastic :)

Japanese children do not have to sleep on a hospital floor because there are no beds.

I'm interested in that story. When I took my kid to the hospital once in Japan, he got a bed, so that was great. But I'd have taken him home to his bed, rather than have him sleep on a floor in a hospital. A doctor would have a hard time convincing me to do otherwise. So what's the story there? I'm sure there must be a story...

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BoJo's far from perfect

Understatement of the year!

My Japanese pension payments are about 26,000yen per month. Please check your facts before misleading people.

The kokumin nenkin is currently ¥16,410 a month, a fixed fee for all. Anything you are paying over that is part of your employer's kosei nenkin plan, and will earn you way more than the pittance of the kokumin nenkin pension.

Please check your facts before misleading people.

(That said, £15 is a lot less than ¥16,410.)

Invalid CSRF

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The Japanese pension of ¥150,000 is too low for most people.

I think this is OK. Many people are perfectly capable of saving and investing for their own retirements. So let's have them do that, and focus our support on the needy instead. Make for a system that ensures that everyone can provide for themselves adequately, rather than assume that everyone needs assistance. This would be a more realistic, and sustainable system, in my personal opinion, which is also never ever reflected in the policies of any democratically elected government.

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It's rather ironic that many of the people calling Corbyn an antisemite are perfectly happy with a confirmed one

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/boris-johnson-islamophobia-racist-remarks-antisemitism-letterboxes-watermelon-jews-a9226316.html

And pretty much every other kind of - ist possible

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Nothing less than a catastrophe for the UK.

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Whats with all the interest in British politics on this site?

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@fxgai

Yeah if the state hands out a massive pension to everybody then some people get lazy.

Why bother saving and living within your means if everything is handed to you on plate when you retire?

It's best to have a lower state pension... then you have to live sensibly, save money and top it up as best you can to achieve the retired lifestyle that you want.

That encourages personal responsibility.

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Average Japanese state pension

¥150,000 /month. 1015 pounds per month

Wrong. The average Japanese state pension is around 60,000 - 80,000 yen per month, assuming you paid in for the full forty years. This is precisely why I continue to pay into my UK pension as well. You cannot live on 60,000 - 80,000 per month (you can survive though).

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The Brits just endorsed Brexit again. Hopefully the globalists will finally relent and give back the people’s political power.

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Dear me remoainers everywhere. The British people voted to leave the EU. Can you understand the concept of democracy?

Democracy and Socialism cannot coexist for long because the latter requires the acquiescence of the common people to the dictates of the experts.

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Labour are losing seats that they have always held. A massacre. Corbyn is gone.

Yep. The question now is who will be the next leader.

Any suggestions?

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No Business 

Wrong. The average Japanese state pension is around 60,000 - 80,000 yen per month, assuming you paid in for the full forty years. This is precisely why I continue to pay into my UK pension as well. You cannot live on 60,000 - 80,000 per month (you can survive though).

Yes you are correct and I said the Japanese pensions are too low.

https://www.nenkin.go.jp/pamphlet/kokunenseido.files/2English.pdf

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Back on topic please.

At least hold back for the full results, including turnout, before persecuting a Labour Party witch-hunt.

Wait and see…..

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The current exit polls are a reflection of 46 polling stations, with 23,500 interviews. Not a done deal.

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Whats with all the interest in British politics on this site?

This is the World section on an English-speaking site.

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The Sun wot won it again?

Swinson just lost her seat. Oof.

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Jo Swinson just lost her seat.

I wish I could find that funny on a miserable day like this, but I’m just not arsed.

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PM Bozo wins but a small number of votes.

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Brexit was always at the forefront of Boris Johnson’s campaign-the people have spoken and the people that work hard and voted blue will be rewarded!

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No. Labour are not socialists - they are outright, dyed-in-the-wool, unreformed Trotskyites. Full-fat 100% Communists.

I see the gang is out in full force today, spreading misinformation as usual. Either that, or they've got a very poor grasp on ideologies.

Personally, I feel it would be great if the Labour party were further to the left, but after this debacle, it seems likely they will return to tory-lite Blairism. So, along with the Libdems, that's going to mean 3 centrist parties with little choice.

Meanwhile, another generation is damned as the right wing is in ascendant.

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Brexit was always at the forefront of Boris Johnson’s campaign-the people have spoken and the people that work hard and voted blue will be rewarded!

Suggesting that Labour voters don't work hard.

No wonder class war is on the rise.

In the meantime, why did Johnson suppress the report on Russian interference?

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Let’s be clear, there has to be a competent opposition to a Boris Johnson Government. so where does this begin? it is time to look to the future. Maybe a thought begins here ....

A new definition of economic democracy – and what it means for inequality

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview/2018/03/03/a-new-definition-of-economic-democracy-and-what-it-means-for-inequality/

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Remainer MPs losing their constituents left, right, and centre. Swinson now gone, too. Best news of the night.

Draining the swamp!

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The main drivers are Conservative vote strong in Brexit areas, strong in the most deprived areas, and strong in areas with under 25% of university graduates as voters.

https://twitter.com/drjennings

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A resounding victory for INDEPENDENCE!

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Time for another rendition of ‘Land of dope and Tories’.

Help out at your local food bank if you have the time.

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See the sign of the time. Evil wins during extremely rare time like today... Full Moon, Friday the 13th and at the near of the decade. Seem like the fate of Britain is at stake. No man is an Island. Hope Britains is in right direction.

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Based on interviews with voters leaving 144 polling stations across the country, the poll is conducted for a consortium of U.K. broadcasters and is regarded as a reliable, though not exact, indicator of the likely result.

If the Labour Party MP's had paid attention to wants of their constituents instead of blindly following the demands of their party, a lot of these ex-MPs would have retained their seats. Oh well, live and learn.

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