Let’s cover the most Third Worldish constituencies in al-Londonistan.
Poplar and Limehouse:
Bethnal Green and Bow:See the candidates and latest news in your constituencywww.bbc.co.uk
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Plus the ones famous for 75% of acid attacks happening in the country on top of that.
West Ham:See the candidates and latest news in your constituencywww.bbc.co.uk
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These people love ol Jerry, as diversity is our strength.
The by-product of Brexit is, there will be more of them coming to the UK.Liebour imported all of them
It's far more complicated than you think.The northern region of England with cities like Liverpool, Sheffield, Manchester, many of which were traditionally voting for the Labor turned Conservatives.
I see an analogy with America there. The “blue collar” no longer vote for leftists but conservatives who care more about them. Democrats in the US appeal to ethnic minorities and other LGBT minorities.
Thanks. I just don't understand such people like Corbyn.Insightful post here, thanks.
Maybe that's the problem. He should have inherited some analytical skills after his mother who was a Maths teacher, but it seems not to be the case.Has Jeremy Corbyn got a degree?
Corbyn worked as a reporter for a short time for local newspaper, the Newport and Market Drayton Advertiser. He went to the University of North London for a year before dropping out without an educational degree.
SNP got 45% of the vote and 80% of the seatsname me one country out of the 62 that have left the UK which want's to get back with the UK just 1 .... i think your in for a massive shock when we do leave the Uk and the vote will be held between July 2020 and october 2020 so technically we will not have left the EU and our criteria will match the EU's by 100% England can't heat itself, generate enough Electricity or extract enough oil without Scotland it's a power deficient basket case North sea generates £350 million per day in revenues for the UK that is £250 million shy of £128 billion and without Scottish Whisky England will lose it's balance of payments for it's massive debt
and they still only managed 45% of the vote - makes you wonder if they put the 'x' in the wrong box judging by the state of the school results...............????????@TIZER
You better tell us which neighbour you impersonated:
Impersonation suspected as ballot papers taken to be fingerprintedwww.independent.co.uk
Who voted for the Monster Raving Loony Party? They got 9739 votes.
his 3 sons think he is great and have come out in support of him - they allowed that to breedThanks. I just don't understand such people like Corbyn.
I've just googled him and Google says:
Maybe that's the problem. He should have inherited some analytical skills after his mother who was a Maths teacher, but it seems not to be the case.
He reminds me of a Third World dictator who believes people love him and his policies. His aides know the truth, but are scared of telling it to him, as they are afraid of being punished for that. It assures him of how great he is and that he does the right thing.
His party loses the election in 2010 and its leader steps down. It happens again in 2015 and another leader steps down. You don't need to like such leaders, but they have cojones and they know a change is needed. Corbyn is so much different.
Jerry becomes the leader. The EU referendum does not turn into his favour and he loses another election in 2017. He does NOT want to step down, even if he should have. He's convinced his policies are cool and he can win in the future. His stance towards the Brexit reminds of a man who wants to eat a cake and keep it at the same time. The EP elections don't teach him a lesson. He does not analyse graphs or he does not believe them. He simply knows better. Even Nige trolls him on the radio every day, giving him a lot of hints about Labour's voters in the Midlands switching to the Brexit Party. He ignores Nige, though, as he cannot get it or does not want to get it.
At that time, a sultan-style coup should have happened in his own party in order to get the shyte together.
Instead, he behaves like Adi, leaning over the map and saying "Alles in Ordnung". His minions warn him about the things not going well, but he ignores their warnings. He becomes even more radical and pushes for more policies that are out of touch with reality. He alienates white British people and is extremely open about it. He cannot get over to the fact that they are STILL a majority of his voters.
No self-respecting white person should have voted for the cvnt after that:
The dispute erupted over a decision by Labour chiefs to charge black and ethnic minority activists £10 less per ticket than white activists to attend a rally next month in Loughborough.www.dailymail.co.uk
To his shocking surprise, he loses the election and decides to quit.
Well, I live 20 miles from Birmingham, so the pattern is the least Third Worldish constituencies of Birmingham still voted for the Tories.What's helped the Tories, though, is that many Brits live in large towns and small cities which lack the globalist metropolis-like character of, say, London or Birmingham. They're not entirely disconnected from their surroundings.
I am waiting for the times when they start paying for their studies the way people in England do.SNP got 45% of the vote and 80% of the seats
So let's consider that 55% of the people did not want the SNP or any part of their 'independence' fantasy
They just need to stick to fixing the NHS in Scotland - Schools and a host of other things they have failed at
Also, Boris has already said no to a second referendum- unlucky
This is where the SNP get you - nowhere
About time Boris looked at the Barnett Formula and came up with something a bit more fair across the whole of the UK - you might have something to whinge about then
not as disastrous as it will be for Eire - we have along memoryWhile blocking Corbyn is great, the British people are still in the hands of a buffoon, I was born in Nottingham, raised in Ireland from the age of 10,
my Mother was English, and I still think its going to be disastrous in the long term for the UK to be outside the E.U.
The BREXIT campaign was clearly pushed using pure propaganda and scare mongering tactics.
I thought Germany was drifting to the right and away from the centre/left?@Mushashi
By the way, this is exactly why we're not going to observe a landslide defeat of America's Democrats anytime soon. The large coastal metropolitan areas foster their persistence. Germany's drifting off to the left for the very same reason: urbanisation.
proof that all the cities which have large ethnic gatherings voted LiebourWell, I live 20 miles from Birmingham, so the pattern is the least Third Worldish constituencies of Birmingham still voted for the Tories.
The best example will be Sutton Coldfield where the Tories took 60.4% of votes, while the Labour took just 23.6%
White British people are "overrepresented" there and the population is older than the West Midlands' average on top of that. That's the only part of Birmingham that (still) looks like England. It's posh and clean. The rest simply looks like a different planet rather than just a different city.
You can see something totally opposite in the least England-looking part of Birmingham that is Perry Barr.
Also, the top candiates' names look "familiar"
Yo, homies. Don't you think certain types of names are heavily overrepresented here?
On the other hand, in the places where they are not overrepresented, people still vote for the Labour, but at least not 70%+ of them do so:
here, you have another example:
or here, where a very big black community of Jamaican descent lives. Good for me, I dated a couple of women from there.
They voted for the Labour, but not 80% of them at least:
Finally, we have two fairly diverse constituencies that still voted for the Tories.
West Bromwich East:
and West Bromwich West:
Also, in these two, certain names are visible rather than overrepresented
I am waiting for the SNP to actually run an effective government - all they are bothered about is getting independence - to be honest they would not know what to do with it if they got it - who would they blame then for their inadequacies when it all went westI am waiting for the times when they start paying for their studies the way people in England do.
Not all. You can see cities like Newcastle, Sunderland, Hull and York (the inner constituency) that have a small proportion of ethnic minorities, but they still voted for the Labour. White British people still vote for the Labour in the most of Birmingham's constituencies. Asians living there just make that percentage bigger.proof that all the cities which have large ethnic gatherings voted Liebour
That narrative has been purported by the press, yes – but for that equation to make sense, you'd have to count Merkel's Christian Democrats among the right. Do that, and you'd find the country voted 56% right the last time. But they're not a conservative party. Not anymore.I thought Germany was drifting to the right and away from the centre/left?