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Posted by JEAN CAPDOUZE on Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:21 am
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Which rugby league towns switched from Labour to Conservative?

I know that Workington did. Any others?
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Which rugby league towns switched from Labour to Conservative?

I know that Workington did. Any others?


Your answer can be found if you google '2019 General Election- Conservative seats gained and lost'. Quite a few actually.
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Your answer can be found if you google '2019 General Election- Conservative seats gained and lost'. Quite a few actually.


Thank you for that Frederick.
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Which rugby league towns switched from Labour to Conservative?

I know that Workington did. Any others?

Troll's gotta Troll I suppose, but that's a pretty clumsy effort, even by your own low standards.
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Troll's gotta Troll I suppose, but that's a pretty clumsy effort, even by your own low standards.


It's quite obvious Jeany Weany is looking for a reaction, so I'm saying nowt. :)
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Which rugby league towns switched from Labour to Conservative?

I know that Workington did. Any others?

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Posted by Grimmy on Sun Dec 15, 2019 1:36 pm
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Which rugby league towns switched from Labour to Conservative?

I know that Workington did. Any others?

Loads unfortunately. Barrow, Dewsbury, Keighley, Leigh, Wakefield, parts of Rochdale and Warrington
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Well I'm glad Labour lost their seat in Wakefield, Mary Creagh wasn't fit to represent her constiuents, and you can't put that down to the Tories.
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AXE2GRIND wrote:
Troll's gotta Troll I suppose, but that's a pretty clumsy effort, even by your own low standards.


Obsessed!

If you think that my post was a trolling attempt then you are a very sick puppy.

At least some of the posters on here are not clowns like you and your Leigh tag team, and they have given serious responses.
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Willzay wrote:
Well I'm glad Labour lost their seat in Wakefield, Mary Creagh wasn't fit to represent her constiuents, and you can't put that down to the Tories.


What did you think of the performance of David Hinchliffe -- a huge rugby league fan and activist on its behalf -- when he was holding the seat?
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