The combined Leave.EU and Brexit Party need to review their strategy


Leave againIts fascinating to look at the Leave.EU tweets and try to understand what is going on behind the words. It is clear that as a campaigner for the Brexit Political Party, they support the idea of Brexit competing in 650 constituencies across our nation, even though Arron Banks appears to be suggesting that the 650 Brexit candidates will be part of a Brexit alliance. Indeed according to Leave.EU the pro-Brexit parties won the most votes and certainly if the Tories are pro-Brexit in Brecon one wonders why they did not have a pro-Brexit alliance and then perhaps he would have won or perhaps not. However the Leave.EU folk have seen this as a good outcome as it has in their view warned Boris that unless he aligns with them that his party will fail. However given they are going to fight all 650 seats including ones like Brecon and that they want him to withdraw his candidates from the Labour Heartland presumably they see this as a form of alignment. Perhaps they can explain what benefit he will be getting from them for withdrawing around 200 candidates in locations where to be fair he will not see many successful campaigns. However if most of the Tory voters in Brecon were Brexit party supporters who support the pro-Brexit alliance, what happened in Peterborough as it would seem as though a large number of the pro-Brexit alliance supporter the Conservatives, even though the Brexit party came within a 1000 votes of winning? Perhaps Arron and Nigel and Boris can sit down together and work out a plan that is a bit less clunky than a so called pro-Brexit alliance which involves the Tories focusing on their top 450 vacancies and Arron and Nigel focusing on all 650 vacancies and at the same time avoid being so critical of the Tory party in a place like Beaconsfield because their current MP is a Tory remainer when presumably they will be pleased to defeat him at the next General Election in any case!

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I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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