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    Comments

    Duncan Sands says:

    President Trump 2020. Prime minister Farage 2022. No Deal Brexit 2022!! All you London liberal's start crying for your teddy!

    Gary Stevens says:

    Whatever your persussion it's official ..Labour and the Conservatives have made themselves completely unalectable.

    David Young says:

    I wouldn't say lib dem are right behind brexit party the single issue party smashed the other party's from a standing start

    Nigel Wilson says:

    Were only polarized because certain MPs will not accept the result of the 2016 vote. When these MPs tell the public voters that want to remain that its their right to another go, they feel empowered. There was a vote, granted very close, but Leave won, that should be it. People knew and where told what the circumstances were going to be.

    BADGUY 1 says:

    I know that the USA had problems with a "Confederation" form of government instead of a "Federation". Certainly the USA was more in tuned with a "Federation" form because the various states had many things in common…a common language…a common religious background…an common hope for the future. But Europe is NOT the United States. It is not a conglomeration of similar states with similar interests…a similar language…and…similar customs….like 18th century America. So maybe the EU should loosen its controls over individual countries, and instead, concentrate on things that are more in line with a "Confederation" than a "Federation". Things that may be a benefit to ALL the European States rather than try to impose things that are NOT….things like a ONE trade policy and ONE immigration policy. I think the EU has reached that point where Europeans will have to decide what the function of the EU should REALLY be.

    Johhny Jones says:

    PEOPLE VOTED TO LEAVE THE UNION. WILL THE ELITES DO WHAT THE PEOPLE VOTED FOR??

    VERTICAL Wisdom says:

    Yes, these elections were "suppose to happen" – BREXIT wins 29 seats, more than the next 3 parties COMBINED. What it means is the CITIZENS will get their country back. What a concept. Why does the report have such a difficult time grasping the results?

    Jo Pink says:

    Brexit wins again then …

    littlebighorn says:

    Congratulations to Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party. Well done.

    David Harris says:

    Remain parties beat Farage by 6%. Not including Conservatives and Labour. LOL

    Vash TheStampede says:

    Why is the green party voting in France, Britain, and Germany? Is Brexit party voting in France and Germany? Green party is getting a wider range of votes aren't they? Doesn't look fare when the Green Party gets votes all over Europe, and the other Party's are voting at home. Guess this way they get more EU seats?

    James Barlow says:

    They look depressed

    Darren P. says:

    Trump is no longer alone in taking on globalist deep state narcissists who are trying to socially engineer a planet of sheeple. Thanks european patriots!

    jenny gore says:

    Suck frog legs assholes

    British Humour says:

    “So we are hearing the Lid dem are doing extremely well”
    Yet fails to say TBP is ‘hearing’ is doing, EXTREMELY, EXTREMELY well….

    They mentioned everyone else multiple times and failed to acknowledge TBP hardly at all
    The bias is disgusting

    Bezz80 says:

    I thought Britain wanted out of the EU, but still ran candidates for the EU…and the guy who wants out the most, won, but is still in the EU…the people of Britain are the stupidest people on the planet…I should also say how ironic it is that the EU is claimed to be "undemocratic", yet has more elections than the British themselves have…really, you can not make up this kind of stupid….

    Harris Anne says:

    You came here from there because you didn't like there, and now you want to change here to be like there.
    We are not racist, phobic or anti whatever-you-are, we simply like here the way it is and most of us actually came here because it is not like there, wherever there was. You are welcome here, but please stop trying to make here like there.If you want here to be like there you should not have left there to come here, and you are invited to leave here and go back there at your earliest convenience.

    Junior Black says:

    Jah knowz if a second vote comes the UK will remain in the EU

    Lapin Logic says:

    "Labour more Vocal in a Second Referendum"…. Labour, the Party of Don't Know

    K S says:

    Pro EU parties have a higher % than pro brexit .. I don’t understand… people want to remain in EU

    Casper Turner says:

    no more lazy muslims, cut them all social money, now is time deport all to syria and africa.

    David Viner says:

    What we are witnessing is an afirmation of the vote to leave back in 2016. So why haven't we left alread???? Answers on a postcard

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