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Strategies & Market Trends : The coming US dollar crisis

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (63027)11/14/2019 9:02:18 AM
From: Elroy Jetson  Read Replies (1) of 63121
 
Only 27 per cent of working class people are planning to vote for Jeremy Corbyn's version of the Labour Party, with 47 per cent planning to vote Tory. A mere 5 per cent will vote for the Brexit Party.

These figures put the lie to elitist Jeremy Corbyn's claims that his vision of the Labour Party represents working class communities, especially in the North and Midlands.

In contrast, chancer Boris Johnson and his Conservatives have less of a lead among the upper classes with 29 per cent of wealthier elites planning to vote Labour, compared to 38 per cent backing the Tories and just three per cent for the Brexit Party.

Bazza now hopes his fortunes can be reversed with an endorsement from Hillary Clinton, a politician who remains far more popular among UK voters than voter-repellent Corbyn.

Corbyn's sabotage of the once proud Labour Party is nearly complete.
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