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Old 02-05-2021, 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by biggus mickus View Post
So you were guessing?
It's a judgement that every voter has to make. Unless of course you believe with 100% certainty that all parties will deliver everything in their manifesto with no adverse effect whatsoever. Fine if you want to call it a guess rather than a judgement.

As an aside, this is way off topic/thread. Debate started with my comment that it was out of order for some on here not to care that people were made redundant, just because their constituency was 68% pro Brexit. Put aside the fact that I think it is wrong not to care that folk lose jobs, it is quite possible that those unfortunate employees were not representative of Rotherham in being pro Brexit as they will have known they were working for a company that was export dependent.
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