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12/12/2019
10:29
Tom Bower in his biography of Corbyn states that Marxists have a track record of banning free and fair elections after they win. We can already see that in their plans to give EU citizens the vote in a second referendum.
apollocreed1
12/12/2019
08:32
There's a lot of anti-democratic snowflakes who totally deserve a large dose of Corbyn. He's gonna give it to 'em good and hard. Right up. They'll need their comfort dogs and safe spaces.
eeza
12/12/2019
08:18
Corbyn is undeniably unpopular. Not sure a large Boris majority would be anything to relish either. Less than 24hrs to find out.
spectoacc
12/12/2019
07:57
Re : postal votes Laura Kuenssberg let the cat out of the bag by saying initial returns were disappointing for labour ( although this is illegal)- I am going for 40 plus
panshanger1
12/12/2019
07:45
The key question is whether Dominic Cummings has worked his magic or not. I actually think the size of the Tory win will surprise a lot of people. Labour are polling very badly in a lot of their traditional seats. I have heard that Labour is pulling its ground workers out of many supposed marginals in order to defend what were supposed to be safe seats.
rcturner2
11/12/2019
21:50
Betting market 346-ish Tory, 220ish Labour last I looked. I'm going 310ish Tory, 255ish Labour. I'd agree that doesn't necessarily result in the Labour minority govnt I've bet on. But will result in a lot of uncertainty and volatility. I really am out on my own on this, but my money is where my mouth is. The very active middle are all for Corbyn (phenomenally irrationally).
spectoacc
11/12/2019
21:02
Skyship, my bet is on 25-35 majority. For BJ (not BR as I mistyped earlier, but that’s what wine does for you).
chucko1
11/12/2019
18:22
chucko - quite right - though I'm still hoping for a 30-40 majority; though that has reduced this week from my earlier thoughts of 50-60!
skyship
11/12/2019
17:09
Yes, a cheap option. A lot of these don’t incur stamp duty which reduces the friction. I didn’t exactly go mad myself today. I bought at what I saw were panic prices (90.76 on AEWU in a bit of size), RGL in a few that I had sold going into this week. Also positioning for UK mid-caps. In any event, I do not see Corbyn getting anywhere near power whatever the failure of BR to get a decisive victory. It’s worth considering that 320 seats just about does it with the Speaker, 3 deputies and Sinn Fein not voting. Not that that would help the markets too much, but far, far better than actually losing.
chucko1
11/12/2019
16:46
@chucko1 - 36 hours to find out :) But fair point - if I only thought 8/1, I wouldn't be positioning for a hung Parliament. Then again - the downside of selling out of things in advance is minor.
spectoacc
11/12/2019
16:44
Jon123 - exactly my point - if the democrats had fielded a character who wasn't so, er, divisive as Hilary we might not have the ginger-haired one in office.
spangle93
11/12/2019
16:40
Absent Remainers' tactical voting, Labour would be nowhere. Even Lab stalwarts cannot stand Corby.
eeza
11/12/2019
16:36
8/1 was indeed reasonable odds. But that is different from thinking it likely (or at least far from unlikely). You are saying both things.
chucko1
11/12/2019
16:28
not so sure about clinton she wasn't very popular in the states
jon123
11/12/2019
16:13
You could argue the same for the Democrats, fielding Hilary Clinton against Trump, or for Labor in Australia putting up the universally unpopular Bill Shorten to allow Scott Morrison another term. But let's see how it pans out
spangle93
11/12/2019
16:11
if labour had any other leader it would be a cake walk for them
jon123
11/12/2019
15:50
True @chucko1, the bookies pricing off the more reputable pollsters (which is like saying "more reputable weather forecasters"). The 80 seats was an extrapolation across the country, ie no strategic voting. But still - big difference btwn 40 and 10 majority, and very little swing needed to go from +10 to -10. Though does rely on Labour getting a lot more than the c.220 seats forecast (but someone's got to get them!) and the single-issue JO SWINSON party back-tracking from their JO SWINSON policy of JO SWINSON. I still say 8/1 was good odds. Imagine how far ahead Labour would be if not taken over by the Socialist Workers Party.
spectoacc
11/12/2019
15:34
What ever happens, the market seems to be waling up to the fact that we are going to need to beg for more extensions from our masters or otherwise crash out on WTO. Its a forgone conclusion crashing out means higher interest rates, weaker currency, weaker economy, recession and property value crash !!!
my retirement fund
11/12/2019
15:34
When it was 80 seats, the bookies never priced it as such. They have been pricing it as 10 to 40 the whole way through. FX pretty well the same.
chucko1
11/12/2019
15:29
i agree with you SpectoAcc i think it'll be a lot tighter than anyone thinks and we could end up with a hung parliament the tory campaign hasn't been very good and boris has come across as arrogant he's messed it up for me he could even lose his seat
jon123
11/12/2019
15:18
Everyone has been - throughout - very confident about the Tory win. 80 seats, 60 seats, 40 seats, 20 seats - was about 16 last I looked, and still a day to go :) Think it's one of those rare occasions (like the referendum result) when downside protection isn't expensive, because there's consensus on the result. But the Tory middle is now Labour, the working classes are now Tory, and I fear for a surprise.
spectoacc
11/12/2019
14:40
I’ve been buying this stuff at 90.76. No fear, no backward step!! If you never hear from me again ...
chucko1
11/12/2019
13:39
The bookies are quite firm on a Tory majority.
rcturner2
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