>At a glance Apparently Theresa May has no intention of resigning - working to form a govt based on being largest party in seats and votes, meaning some people will be tricked into thinking they are getting a hard brexit while still getting 300k+ migration per year DUP already outlining a soft brexit as part of the terms for propping up an enfeebled Tory party SNP getting blown the fuck out Exit poll proving to be correct so far Nigel Farage will probably go back into politics. Conservatives might just about win it. Conservatives are just as bad as Labour
>Why did it happen? The number of UKIP voters going to Labour was underestimated. They ran a very insincere campaign. U-turns on social issues undermined her authority. People fell victim to the soft brexit meme. Manifesto negatively impacted Tory voting core.
>Bongs too lazy to post on our own Britpol threads so we need Indians to do it for us
I guess now you all know what those terror attacks were for >MI5 strikes again
If we don't have a government capable of passing the Queen's speech on the 19th we go to another election by default.
ignore argie shitposter
wtf, where the fuck is my salt
That depends on the DUP and the number of libertarian conservatives. Any policy that causes internal debate inside the Conservative party is an easy meal for a coalition of opposition parties to shoot down.
I feel bad he lost to a spacker who turned up for the results in a t-shirt and had to buy a suit from Tesco at 2am once it seemed he was going to win
He deserved better
I remember when they were announcing the first Welsh seat yesterday everyone in the BBC live chat we're thinking that was Arab, topkek
Yes....the more chaos the better
You seem to not understand hatred
It comes when the Tory-DUP alliance is formed and Labour doesn't get a chance to try and form a government.
On order, just wait till you see a DUP-Tory right wing coalition.
Well they lost, but they didn't lose nearly as badly as they thought they would and May hasn't won either. So they're celebrating as though they won.
>yfw 400 Lab & Con MPs agree to form National Government with Soubry as PM to reverse Brexit
rather feel like killing myself or moving
They didn't get BTFO so it's a ""win""
don't embarrass yourself
Taste my piss >far more salty
>Corbyn >waffle waffle waffle
Hah, they'll do a Tory-Lab coalition anyways
Corbyn did well enough to stay on as leader and the Tories lost their majority, they lost but it was a good loss.
When you add up all the left/centre-left parties you they have a higher vote % than the right wing parties.
Capitalists out! Communist Britain now!
Hard Brexit is DEAD
>mfw guess it's time to finally an hero
Labour going from 30% 2 years ago to 40% today is fucking based. Especially considering everybody thought Corbyn would get destroyed.
He didn't win, but he has utterly fucked Theresa May, made her job impossible, and spend the entire Brexit negotiations laughing as the Conservatives tear themselves apart.
The Cons need to appease their extreme right wing but also need have to rely on limp wristed liberal Tories like Nicky Morgan and Anna Soubry to vote for her Brexit deal. SAD!
Bongs.... WHAT THE FUCK DID YO DO
>RSI cultivating position What's that
Cameron was honestly against Brexit
May was against it until she was for it once she became prime minister
>corbyn claiming a win
After seeing his ugly mug I'm laughing desu.
Corbyn acting like he fucking won
here we go
>a single mother
who else voted for Labour?
You can either wait and see, keep concern shilling or copy your image. Your choice.
CORBYN SLOW AND STEADY
WE'RE READY TO SERVE LADS
Mfw I was speaking welsh on the train and some yob tells me to fuck off back to Poland
>CORBYN CLAIMING VICTORY
When is he sworn in PM? Oh wait...
He's won a great deal of legislative power, he has a right to celebrate.
>sky sources: theresa may has no intention of resigning
>Labour, in order to form a majority, would need SNP, Lib Dem, PC and Green >even then it's not enough >even then they'd need the DUP
REVENGE OF IAN
White people got absolutely blown the fuck out in 2017
>Labour lost to the worst run Conservative campaign since Eden >Corbyn actually thinks he won the election
Why haven't you Marcin?
>Corbyn saying he should be PM after losing an election because he didn't lose big enough Are you fucking kidding me?
>Wessex results >Conservative: 68 >Labour: 11 >Lib Dem: 2 Based Wessex is no more. Basically communist now. Pretty embarrassing tbqfh
Serious question, /britpol/. If Corbyn ran on the exact same manifesto as he had this time, but pledged to completely phase out immigration, would you vote for him?
How could they fuck this up so badly? With some coalitionmaking, Labour could get Into government.
He's 54 seats behind and he says he's won.
I don't understand.
Because it's unclear how any of that will matter when the DUP wants to avoid another IRA uprising by keeping the border open with Ireland when the EU has said that the border will be closed because FUCK BRITAIN AND FUCK BRITISH PEOPLE
It would be nice if all that actually helped to reduce the number of pakistanis in britain though
He won 30 extra seats and crushed internal party opposition, yes
burger here what is with the assumption that everyone needs to resign in europe if they dont have some overwhelming majority she has the most seats by a mile still, the most votes, and with DUP she is part of a majority
im actually curious, where does this sort of attitude come from? I can understand cameron stepping down
noone won, thats the point.
It means labour can attempt to block conservatives attempt to form a new government.
Nothing is decided, its all to play for still.
>Corbyn still can't string a sentence together
go back janusz
He was always cool.
I think it's much more likely that the EU funded media in this country memes Corbyn into a win
>the Daves Fuck is this shit?
He is a petty, vindictive twat. Everyone losing is the same as a win
I'm starting to think it's like mass delusion
The media aren't helping either
You should like Brendan Rodgers after loosing 4-0 >The lads showed character
A loss is a loss, they performed better than expected but still lost
Not sure why people are talking about Labour forming a coalition. They would literally have to form a coalition with every other party to overtake the Conservatives.
If he gained a majority he'd directly threaten my career, so no thanks.
labour voters are not good at maths
Since 2001, the Tories have increased their vote share EVERY SINGLE ELECTION.
This time the Tories have won, again, and will form a majority with the DUP.