Thursday, December 12, 2019

U.K. Election -- Analysis, Commentaries, And Predictions

Daily Mail: Hour by hour, the 10 key moments that will reveal whether Boris Johnson will stay in Downing Street

* Ten Leave-supporting Labour marginals in the North and Midlands expected to declare their results by 3am
* The exit poll will be released at 10pm and will give an indication of how tight the results will be.
* One of the earliest is bellweather seat of Workington, where Labour is defending a majority of almost 4,000
* Darlington will follow soon after followed by Wrexham and Stockton South
* The results in these key seats could make all the difference to the timing and manner of Brexit

Boris Johnson will not have to wait long to decide whether he will taste champagne or bitter tears tonight with a host of key seats determined early on.

Ten Leave-supporting Labour marginals are among the constituencies expected to declare their results in the early hours of Friday, after polls close at 10pm.

Many have been Labour for generations and whether they stay in the hands of Jeremy Corbyn or switch allegiance to the Tories could make all the difference to the timing and manner of Brexit.

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U.K. Election -- Analysis, Commentaries, And Predictions

What time will we know who won? Hour-by-hour election night guide -- Kate Proctor, Rowena Mason, Jim Waterson and Tim Jonze, The Guardian
'Brutal, packed with untruths, uninspiring': European press on UK election -- The Guardian
Brexit in the balance: A look at possible outcomes of the UK vote -- France 24
Almost a quarter of voters might CHANGE THEIR MINDS about who to vote for, according to new poll that suggests Boris Johnson is on course for a majority -- Daily Mail
REVEALED - Corbyn's polling day ploy to convince celebs to back his party: Comedian claims leader's social media team asked him to tweet 'Labour' and help 'start a wave' of other luvvies doing the same (and looks like it worked!) -- Daily Mail
From a thumping Tory win to a Corbyn coalition – four election scenarios -- The Guardian
On the campaign trail - The funny, strange and surreal of Britain's election -- William James and Kylie MacLellan, Reuters

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