The Express ran a poll, predictable result:
Not forgetting that ‘whom do you trust’ is not the same question as ‘whose box will you cross’?
So, these are the runners and riders:
What are the odds he can get it across? If he calls a Nov 1 poll [All Hallows Holy Day by the way], it’s a legit reason from where he stands – drain the swamp of slimy, wriggly creatures.
And what if he does get a No Deal? Here is how he addressed the elephant in the room:
Hardly inspiring that he’ll do anything, is it? Did we expect anything more? Taking the bull by the tail.
Don’t worry about this single issue thing, more how they’ll govern with Con and Lab both in the party.
And they’re soft on immigration. Sure they say Oz points system and that’s good but who decides ‘suitable’? The globalist swamp in power now, as with the EC, as in America.
What is your confidence level that Farage can exert enough influence, not just for Brexit but also about immigration?
UKIP or Anne Marie or Tommy
All around the 2-6% mark, I agree with their policies but what traction?
As in we take to the streets and arm ourselves?
Bury the head in the sand, meaning the pollies can do as they wish, nothing ever changes.
That’s about it, innit? My own feeling is that if Johnson delivers in full, as per this:
Andrew Neil exposes the deception peddled by Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood about the single market
“The leaders on both sides made it clear that a vote to leave was a vote to leave the single market. Let me run you this clip of leaders of both Remain and Leave, and what they said.” pic.twitter.com/Nr52Ph66bB
— Brexit-Steve DefendBrexit.com, Pro-Europe, Anti-EU (@StevieJ2019) August 8, 2019
… then I’m in a dilemma on Nov 1st, particularly if the swamp [PPC] has been taken care of, and yet who trusts a Tory these days?
Should Johnson not succeed, then should I mark the BP box or the FB or UKIP box? There’s only FB in my area, no UKIP.
Or with next year’s crash ready and waiting, is the nuclear option the one for now? Hmmmm.
A different question was which issue people saw as more important – Brexit or Immigration – the results I saw said the latter. As far as I could see, the one which was top in England at least was the economic situation/tax etc., followed by Immigration tied in with that and then Brexit tied in with the first two.