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Conservatives Trounce Labour In UK Elections As Brits Globalist Revolt Continues

Brexit Wins in UK

Brits revolt against EU…rejects Brussels…UK says yes to Brexit, no to global government…Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister smashes Labour and the pro-Globalist cabal…Conservatives gain majority of about 80 seats, the largest Conservative victory since the days of Margaret Thatcher….Under super Lefty anti-Brexit Jeremy Corbyn Labour suffers its worst shellacking since 1935…

Vote marks a profound realignment in British politics. For the first time since the referendum of 2016, it is clear that Britain will leave the European Union. The party of Brexit buried Labour under the votes of working-class northerners and Midlanders. And, after a decade of weak or non-existent majorities, Britain has a prime minister with immense personal authority and a free rein in Parliament…

Brits forecast big Trump Re-election in 2020, just like they did in 2015 with Brexit vote. 

Reprinted from The Economist Dec. 13, 2019

BRITAIN’S ELECTION on December 12th was the most unpredictable in years—yet in the end the result was crushingly one-sided. As we went to press the next morning, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party was heading for a majority of well over 70, the largest Tory margin since the days of Margaret Thatcher. Labour, meanwhile, was expecting its worst result since the 1930s. Mr Johnson, who diced with the possibility of being one of Britain’s shortest-serving prime ministers, is now all-powerful.

The immediate consequence is that, for the first time since the referendum of 2016, it is clear that Britain will leave the European Union. By the end of January it will be out—though Brexit will still be far from “done”, as Mr Johnson promises. But the Tories’ triumph also shows something else: that a profound realignment in British politics has taken place. Mr Johnson’s victory saw the Conservatives taking territory that Labour had held for nearly a century. The party of Conservatives buried Labour under the votes of working-class northerners and Midlanders.