April 20, 2018

UK election predictions: UKIP wipeout, Labour sweep up, new parties to watch

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor


The local council elections are just a few weeks away. On May 3, the people will be going out to vote for their local councillors, and I think it’s going to be a wipeout for UKIP.

Unfortunately, I think Labour will sweep up, and the Tories are going to struggle.

There are a couple of new political parties to watch out for, too.

This is going to be an interesting, but depressing, election.

 

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commented 2018-04-23 01:32:11 -0400
Dam fools’ your lives are going to be lost to the NWO , I think Corban is as much of a Globalist, Socialist, Treasonous and total moron as Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau! If that is the case your done – stick a fork in your future!
commented 2018-04-22 11:59:31 -0400
No mention of the ghastly FPTP voting system that skews all council and general elections .
AMAZING !
As usual where I live I will get a Liebour council and a Liebour MP . My vote is worse than useless .
I and thousands like me are denied representation . Time for real change and a PR voting system will effect that . It is cruel joke and this chap talks as if all is well with the World . %&“£(*”^&%* !!!!!!!!!!
commented 2018-04-21 15:07:22 -0400
That is very depressing Clem Alford. It seems that if we question the agreed upon narrative that has been stamped and approved, our politicians today get triggered beyond reason and shut us out. Lalalala, they don’t want to hear it. We have the same problem in Canada. It is the same globalist narrative and any deviation from it causes fits in their minds. There is now right think and wrong think, pick your side. We are told we must comply and conform. If Britain goes down, it will be a blow the rest of the free world may not be able to survive. God bless Britain, make Brexit happen, don’t let the EU globalists win.
commented 2018-04-21 05:14:57 -0400
UK politics is much as usual. Not much interest in local elections by the populous and only really of concern for those boys and girls wanting to make a career in politics with the odd appearance knocking doors asking for your vote then not seen until the next election when they want your vote again. Some don’t even bother with that nowadays. I used to meet politicians in the street and try to engage them in the issues of the day. Now they cross the road to avoid debate and the Brexit reversal man, Sir Keir Starmer MP QC in Camden, London, asked me not to write to him over the Ukraine/NATO issue. So much for representative democracy, not that politicians listened much anyway!!!
commented 2018-04-21 01:20:33 -0400
Do you notice the Political similarities between the UK and Canada. Both of the Ruling Parties and both of the Opposition Parties lean Left, both have extremely weak Leaders, and both Opposition Leaders are weak.
Sorry to be negative going into the weekend, but I don’t see a Savior in position yet.
commented 2018-04-20 23:20:11 -0400
The Trident is offensive but walking down the street with an ISIS Flag, that’s okay.
It seems like more and more that Brits are their own worst enemy. You need to get that Traitor Theresa May out of office and vote in someone that will work in the interests of Britain. I would of thought that voting into office Anne Marie Waters would be a no brainer. But I guess you have to have brains to figure that out. Your next election for Prime Minister will more than likely be your last one as the country that you are. Another Traitorous Regime and Britain will be renamed The UAK (United Arab Kingdom).
I think you guys are DONE.
commented 2018-04-20 22:38:53 -0400
From the frying pan and into the fire. Too bad May has been such a disappointment.
Protest votes never end well. God save Britain.
commented 2018-04-20 19:31:24 -0400
Have to disagree with You on this one Jack. Do not forget the 7.5 m who voted for Brexit, plus the fact that half of the Labour Party are Brexiteers. In addition Theresa May has made a lot of enemy’s in the Conservative Party, who could swing to Ukip. If May dose not show some positive Brexit results, then She may find herself out of a job.
commented 2018-04-20 17:27:50 -0400
Oh, no! Not the Labour Party!