- Could the parties ever agree on a candidate?
- After you're elected, where do you go from there? I mean, fine, you do what you can over EU membership, but in the background there is a country that needs running.
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Wednesday, 19 April 2017
UK General Election (More)
This idea of opposition parties uniting and fielding a single pro-EU (or soft Brexit) candidate in each constituency is quite amusing, but I see two problems: