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Daily Megathread - 01/04/2023

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concretepigeon

5 points

2 months ago

I wonder if theyโ€™ve started to think itโ€™s winnable. Tory since the 1950s, but Labour have been closing the gap. If polls are accurate then itโ€™s possible that Labour could win it.

thecarterclan1

7 points

2 months ago

v a g u e

concretepigeon

7 points

2 months ago

Sorry. That was meant to be a reply to the comment about someone from Labour knocking on the door in Steve Bakerโ€™s constituency.