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These are the predicted results from Britain Elects.
Our forecast for this year's UK European elections has...

Brex: 24 MEPs (+24 vs 2014)
LDem: 15 (+14)
Lab: 14 (-6)
Con: 10 (-9)
Grn: 4 (+1)
SNP: 2 (-)
PC: 1 (-)

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26-05-2019, 07:25 PM
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Not good news for Macron if this is correct ...
Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Rally party is estimated to have topped the European election vote in France, dealing a blow to the pro-European, centrist president Emmanuel Macron.

A projection for France 2 television, based on exit polls, showed Le Pen’s party coming first with 23.2%, ahead of Macron’s centrist grouping on 21.9%.

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26-05-2019, 07:44 PM
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Italy will be another eye opener Meg.
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26-05-2019, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Meg ->
These are the predicted results from Britain Elects.
Shouldn't the 24 seats for the brexit party be compared with Ukips 20 in 2014? Since they are the same in many ways.
Making farage's gain from 2014 to 2019 24 - 20 = just 4 seats.
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Originally Posted by Solasch ->
Shouldn't the 24 seats for the brexit party be compared with Ukips 20 in 2014? Since they are the same in many ways.
Making farage's gain from 2014 to 2019 24 - 20 = just 4 seats.
It would still be quite a good return for Nigel.
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It would still be quite a good return for Nigel.
Return? Howcome? Farage is in the EU parliament at present for Ukip. He is just changing horses.
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26-05-2019, 08:59 PM
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Estimated declaration times....

UK: estimated declaration times
The following regions will declare at the below times, according to the Press Association.

East Midlands – 11.30pm Sunday (11.20pm in 2014).
Eastern – 11.30pm Sunday (10.30pm in 2014).
London – 2am Monday (3.06am in 2014).
North-east – 10.30am Sunday (10.15am in 2014).
North-west – 12.30am Monday (12.24am in 2014).
Scotland – 11am Monday (12.35pm in 2014). N.B. Seats allocation for Scotland will be known from overnight local counts but the Western Isles count taking place later in the day will delay the final declaration.
Wales – 12.01am Monday (11.38pm Sunday in 2014).
South-east – 1am Monday (12.46pm in 2014).
South-west – 11pm Sunday (11.38pm in 2014).
West Midlands – 12.01am Monday (12.30am in 2014).
Yorkshire & the Humber – 11pm Sunday (11.28pm in 2014).
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26-05-2019, 09:16 PM
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Why didn't we start counting on Thursday?
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26-05-2019, 09:18 PM
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Latest Projections from 'Election Maps UK'

BXP: 29 (+29)
LDM: 16 (+15)
LAB: 10 (-10)
GRN: 7 (+4)
CON: 5 (-14)
SNP: 2 (=)
PLC: 1 (=)
SFN: 1 (=)
DUP: 1 (=)
ALL: 1 (+1)
CHUK: 0 (=)
UUP: 0 (-1)
UKIP: 0 (-24)
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26-05-2019, 09:20 PM
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Why didn't we start counting on Thursday?
It seems silly we didn't Ray, I guess it is EU rules they do like their rules.
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