Feb 23, 2017 -- 5:43PM, anxious wrote:
This will be interesting to see if the market and the polls get this right , with Brexit and the US election they got it badly wrong , think Labour will win here with a low turnout
brexit was not a big surprise
it was stay 4/6 leave 6/4 quite a Long time
only 1 week before brexit it went to 1.2
it astonishes me that people use the word sensation when a 6/4 happens, ridiculous
Feb 23, 2017 -- 6:47PM, dom888 wrote:
i am swiss and informed myself on the Internet but after i read this i wouldnt back labour at 4/11.it was express.co.uk, i have no idea how trustworthy it is Mr Snell voted to Remain in the EU referendum but has said that he will not “frustrate the triggering of Article 50” - the step that starts Brexit talks. Stoke-on-Trent voters are among some of the the most Eurosceptic in the UK, with nearly 70 per cent backing Brexit during the EU referendum.Mr Snell provoked outrage by describing Brexit as a “pile of s***” after the referendum. He has also apologised for a series of offensive tweets aimed at women on TV.
The Daily Express supports UKIP.
Feb 23, 2017 -- 8:22PM, Meadow X1 wrote:
What's value about UKIP no matter what price they get matched? No value at all as it's a loser.
Feb 23, 2017 -- 8:54PM, iamhewho wrote:
no **** well ukip bet is 50-50 , you either win or you dont
I wish I was your bookie
Feb 23, 2017 -- 9:06PM, Meadow X1 wrote:
Feb 23, 2017 -- 8:54PM, iamhewho wrote:no **** well ukip bet is 50-50 , you either win or you dontI wish I was your bookie
was my sarcasm to suttle for you?
Feb 24, 2017 -- 10:52AM, berti wrote:
I would like to know what percentage of the postal votes were labour
Postal vote breakdown was...
on the samples that were published by the returning officer.
Feb 24, 2017 -- 12:46PM, jed.davison wrote:
Well done Meadow, called it right from the start. Hats off, hope you made a few quid.
Thanks jed, dosh stuff from last night up the thread a wee bit.
Feb 24, 2017 -- 11:08AM, xmoneyx wrote:
dimbleby meant stoke w/d meadow
On Question Time Dimbelby wrongly announced that Labour had held Copeland.
Did he actually say "Copeland"? I wasn't listening all that closely. Fortunately for me, I automatically assumed that he meant Stoke, as that's where the debate was broadcast from.
Dimbleby said on QT that he had heard that Labour had teken the Seat. (I assume he was talking about Stoke)
Could this have been a factor in the price for Stoke holding up for quite a long time, after it became clear that labour were very confident? If he did say Copeland, intead of Stoke, maybe some punters will have assumed wrongly, that the outcome was still more uncertain than it really was!