The pact that will make the Commons seat predictors a lot less useful next time

October 9th, 2019

Heidi’s pro-Remain electoral deal could impact on 70+ seats

go to site A story that’s got hidden in all the Brexit news was this on SkyNews about Heidi Allen, the South Cambridgeshire ex-CON MP who this week joined the LDs. She told the news channel that Remain-backing parties, the LDs, GRN and PC, have come to an agreement whereby only one of them will compete in 70+ key seats in England and Wales. Also agreed is that these parties will not put up candidates in seats where a Remain-backing independent is seeking re-election.

Cheap Tramadol Online Uk Over the past few months Heidi has been brokering this arrangement which is designed to create a much bigger grouping at the general election.

go to site We have not seen the details and the seats involved might only become apparent when nominations close for the general election.

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Order Cheap Tramadol Online A forerunner of this was at the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election at the start of August when the Greens and PC stood aside to give the LDs a clear runs in a seat that in 2016 had voted leave. It worked. From a betting perspective we must assume that PC and the Greens will benefit as well as the LDs. I’ve already got a buy General Election spread bet on the Greens and I’ve just had a similar punt on PC.

watch This arrangement also means we should take less notice of the Commons seat predictors which use as their base line what happened at GE2017.

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