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Vote tactically on Thursday 11:45 - May 20 with 5375 viewsWarwickHunt

Stop this Tory Brexshit fûcking lunacy.

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Pass it on.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 11:49 - May 20 with 1700 viewsLeonWasGod

All Brexit voters - you've been betrayed. The best way to show your displeasure is write "Fcuk You' across the middle of your ballot paper. So don't forget to get out there and vote on Friday.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 11:53 - May 20 with 1689 viewsBatterseajack

East Midlands - Vote Green

Current polling predicts: 1 Remainer party will win 1 seat
Smart Voting indicates: A further seat can be gained for a second pro-European party.

The Liberal Democrats look secure in winning a single seat. The next best placed pro-European party to win is the Greens. A Greens gain will displace a pro-Brexit party, and lock them out of the East Midlands region.

Remain Voter only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


Eastern England - Vote Green

Current Polling predicts: 2 Remainer seats
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain an additional seat, bringing the total to 3.

The Liberal Democrats look secure in this region, but the Greens are fighting for last seat against the Brexit Party. RemainVoter.com recommends voting Green to secure a Remainer seat in East of England, blocking Farage.

Remain Voter only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


London - Vote Change UK

Current Polling predicts: 3 Remainer seats across two parties.
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain a 4th seat for a third pro-European party.

Lib Dem and Green seats look secure, so RemainVoter.com recommends vote Change UK to gain a 4th Remain seat in London. With Labour being non-committal, this means pro-Brexit parties cannot claim the capital.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


North East Vote Liberal Democrat

Current Polling predicts 0 Remain seats
Smart Voting indicates: National vote share assist

With only 3 seats, the only way a Remainer can get elected is if we all co-operate. To bring a single seat within reach of a Remain party, RemainVoter.com recommends voting Liberal Democrat, and bringing a friend to the polling station. This will increase the key indicator of national vote share for Remain parties: don't give up.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


North West vote Green

Current Polling predicts: 1 Remainer seat is secure
Smart Voting indicates: 1 more Remain seat can be added

LDs look likely to win a seat. And just a tiny movement from Lab and CUK voters to Green will give Remainers an extra seat. With 3 sitting Lab MEP retaining seats, smart voting will deliver a strong pro-European delegation.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.
Northern Ireland vote your preference: Alliance; SDLP; Green; Sinn Fein*

In order to vote for these Remain parties in Northern Ireland, it is important NOT to add a number against any other party.

Under Single Transferable Vote, if you don't put a number next to a party, your vote can never be counted for them.


Scotland vote Liberal Democrats to win 2 Remain seats

Current polling predicts: 3 Remain seats
Smart Voting indicates: 5 Remain seats

Scotland is interesting! Recent polling shows SNP confidently gaining 3 seats with undecided Labour voters blocking a 4th. RemainVoter.com modelling shows LDs have the momentum to win a seat while helping the SNP win the 4th seat. So smart voting can win a seat from a pro-Brexit party while capitalising on Labour's lack of commitment to their majority Remain membership.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


South East vote Change UK

Current Polling predicts: 3 Remainer seats for 2 pro-EU parties
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain a further seat for a third pro-EU party

The Liberal Democrats look secure on 2 seats and the Greens on 1 seat. Neither will get another, so vote Change UK to get a 4th Remainer seat in the Southeast.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


South West vote Green

Current Polling predicts: 1 Remainer seat is secure
Smart Voting indicates: We can gain 1 more Remainer MEP

The Liberal Democrat seat is secure, so vote Green to get a second Remain seat in the Southwest. Smart Voting returns a sitting MEP who is highly visible promoting the EU and combatting corruption.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


Wales vote Liberal Democrats

Current Polling predicts: 1 Remainer seat is secure
Smart Voting indicates: 1 more Remain seat can be added

Plaid Cymru is set to win one seat in Wales. With smart voting, the Liberal Democrats can also win a seat without encroaching on Plaid Cyrmu. That gain will mean half the MEPs in Wales are outright Remain supporters.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


West Midlands vote Green

Current Polling predicts: 1 Remainer seat is secure
Smart Voting indicates: 1 more Remain seat can be added

It looks like the Liberal Democrats will win one seat. With Remainers voting Green, we can add a second Remain supporting MEP in the West Midlands, with Labour losing out because of its lack of commitment to their majority Remain membership.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.


Yorkshire and the Humber vote Green

Current Polling predicts: 1 Remainer seat is secure
Smart Voting indicates: 1 more Remain seat can be added

The Liberal Democrats are set to win a seat. If enough people vote Green, they too will win a seat. Winning a Green seat in Yorkshire and the Humber will send a strong message that there is demand for Remain throughout the country.

We only recommend when the number of Remain seats increase and Leave seats decrease.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 11:56 - May 20 with 1683 viewssg1912

It’s hilarious how scared of Farage you lot are, imagine having to be told who to vote for..
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:02 - May 20 with 1665 viewsLeonWasGod

Vote tactically on Thursday on 11:56 - May 20 by sg1912

It’s hilarious how scared of Farage you lot are, imagine having to be told who to vote for..


Yeah, just imagine.







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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:12 - May 20 with 1650 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:02 - May 20 by LeonWasGod

Yeah, just imagine.







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I’m sure you can appreciate a two choice referendum is a little different to being told who to vote on the sole purpose of disrupting a democratic vote.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:25 - May 20 with 1621 viewssherpajacob

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:12 - May 20 by sg1912

I’m sure you can appreciate a two choice referendum is a little different to being told who to vote on the sole purpose of disrupting a democratic vote.


"Don't disrupt the democratic process by using intelligence and research before deciding how to cast your vote"

Brexit mantra in a nutshell

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:31 - May 20 with 1603 viewsWarwickHunt

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:12 - May 20 by sg1912

I’m sure you can appreciate a two choice referendum is a little different to being told who to vote on the sole purpose of disrupting a democratic vote.


Another example of anti-democratic voting, eh?

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:39 - May 20 with 1575 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:31 - May 20 by WarwickHunt

Another example of anti-democratic voting, eh?



Well, yes..

Seeing as we shouldn’t even be having European elections as we voted to Leave the EU 3 years ago.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:41 - May 20 with 1564 viewsWarwickHunt

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:39 - May 20 by sg1912

Well, yes..

Seeing as we shouldn’t even be having European elections as we voted to Leave the EU 3 years ago.


Which part of “advisory” are you struggling with, numbnuts?
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:42 - May 20 with 1561 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:41 - May 20 by WarwickHunt

Which part of “advisory” are you struggling with, numbnuts?


Which part of ‘written into law’ are you struggling with?
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:44 - May 20 with 1554 viewsWarwickHunt

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:42 - May 20 by sg1912

Which part of ‘written into law’ are you struggling with?


Probably the fact that it isn’t, you daft twàt.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:45 - May 20 with 1550 viewssherpajacob

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:39 - May 20 by sg1912

Well, yes..

Seeing as we shouldn’t even be having European elections as we voted to Leave the EU 3 years ago.


Since the vote to take back control 3 years ago, has the UK proved itself capable of managing its own affairs?

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:50 - May 20 with 1529 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:44 - May 20 by WarwickHunt

Probably the fact that it isn’t, you daft twàt.


Article 50 is legally binding.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:51 - May 20 with 1518 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:45 - May 20 by sherpajacob

Since the vote to take back control 3 years ago, has the UK proved itself capable of managing its own affairs?


I’m not under the illusion that we are stuck with inept (wilfully imo) politicians for perpetuity.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:54 - May 20 with 1508 viewssherpajacob

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:42 - May 20 by sg1912

Which part of ‘written into law’ are you struggling with?


First the problem was the EU
Then the problem was UK politicians
Then the problem was parliamentary sovereignty
Then the problem is democracy itself.

Now people are being told, that the solution is a "party" with no democratic structure, that is,the personal play thing of one man, who is using cult of personality politics to say, vote for me, I'll tell you what you voted for after.

People are right to be scared of Farage,

History often rhymes

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:06 - May 20 with 1467 viewsHighjack

Tactical voting

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:06 - May 20 with 1465 viewsunion_jack

Lib Dem’s it is then😄

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:07 - May 20 with 1460 viewsHighjack

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:02 - May 20 by LeonWasGod

Yeah, just imagine.







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I would never vote for Cliff.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:07 - May 20 with 1457 viewsWarwickHunt

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:50 - May 20 by sg1912

Article 50 is legally binding.


As in “leaving the EU on March 29th” was “written into law”?
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:09 - May 20 with 1447 viewsBatterseajack

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:50 - May 20 by sg1912

Article 50 is legally binding.


In which legal system is it legally binding?
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:10 - May 20 with 1436 viewsdickythorpe

What a mess.

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:15 - May 20 with 1416 viewsHighjack

That extra Lib Dem in the impotent European Parliament will make all the difference.

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:18 - May 20 with 1398 viewssherpajacob

Vote tactically on Thursday on 12:50 - May 20 by sg1912

Article 50 is legally binding.


Article 50 was invoked by the previous parliament.

You do know the principle about parliament and its successors?

It's kind of fundamental to our democracy.

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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:20 - May 20 with 1389 viewsWarwickHunt

Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:18 - May 20 by sherpajacob

Article 50 was invoked by the previous parliament.

You do know the principle about parliament and its successors?

It's kind of fundamental to our democracy.


Democracy is anti-democratic, mun.

Do keep up!
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Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:30 - May 20 with 1368 viewssg1912

Vote tactically on Thursday on 13:18 - May 20 by sherpajacob

Article 50 was invoked by the previous parliament.

You do know the principle about parliament and its successors?

It's kind of fundamental to our democracy.


Do we rewrite law every time we have a new government then?

and the government and the opposition voted to invoke A50
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