Exit poll says Tory landslide


If true, sanity, decency and humanity triumphed.

It looks like the vile neo-Nazi Jeremy Corbyn is going to be routed. Nobody deserves an ass kicking more than this Jew-hating SOB! The Brits are rejecting the radical Labor Party. It’s time for Americans to reject the radical Democrat Party.

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  • Polls close in the general election, with the exit poll suggesting the Tories would win a majority of 86.
  • The poll predicted the Conservatives would win 368 seats, Labour 191, SNP 55, Plaid Cymru 3, Greens 1 and others 19.

Exit poll says Tory landslide

Could we be on course for a historic Tory majority – and a humiliating Labour defeat? The polls have just closed and the exit poll released suggesting the Conservatives could win 368 seats, with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party on 191.

This would take both parties back to the 1980s: the Tories haven’t won a majority this big since Margaret Thatcher’s 100+ wins in 1983 and 1987. Labour could do worse than Michael Foot’s 1983 result, which was 209 seats. This would be the worst result for the party since 1935.

James says on Coffee House that this is a huge achievement by Boris Johnson, who has reunited the Leave vote behind the Tories while using the fear of Jeremy Corbyn to keep most Tory Remainers on board. We’ve got a Coffee House Shots podcast coming up shortly too: stay tuned.

And now what? We’ve got a rundown of when to expect results in key seats as the night wears on. And if it’s thrills and spills you’re after, here are the 14 senior politicians who could have a ‘Portillo moment’ and lose their seat tonight. First on the list is the Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson, who only has a majority of 5,339. Her East Dunbartonshire seat is likely to be declared at 3am.

And in the studios and on social media, we will see the tuning up of the post-mortem before the result is even declared. For Labour, it will be interesting to see whether the blame game turns on those around Jeremy Corbyn as well as the leader himself, or whether the Corbynites are able to secure a narrative which says that their brand of socialism was right, but that it is time to change leader. There will be others in the shadow cabinet who may start to sound rather less keen on Corbynism than they have spent the past few years professing: it’s not just Corbyn allies who want to become leader.

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