musicalteapot wrote:I suspect you are right, but I can't see myself voting for Mr Raab after he ignored his constituency Brexit vote.
Anyone with a spine running?
Waltonwatcher wrote:See what happens. I think the Tory lead won't be as big as many think.
@DavidIons wrote:The UKIP directive issued yesterday is not to stand against any MP that Voted for Brexit. Which makes sense. Country before party. However, by not fielding a candidate does that give the impression of UKIP in decline....?
Where does that leave me? I can't vote Labour because I strongly disagree with their defence policy, Lib Dem just won't accept the referendum result wanting the softest Brexit possible and May announces she will not cut the overseas aid budget (restrict to emergency humanitarian aid).
I guess I will have to accept the aid spend and go with a vote for Dominic.
Tim wrote:He was in a no-win situation - he's criticised for not voting with his constituents, but if he'd voted remain, he'd have been criticised for not voting with his conscience.
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