Rishi Sunak’s Conservative Party appears to be heading towards securing fewer than 100 seats in the upcoming general election, as per a significant poll suggesting a historic low for the party.

A survey of 15,000 individuals, utilised to construct a detailed breakdown of seats, indicates that the Conservatives are poised to secure victories in only 98 constituencies across England, facing a complete wipeout in both Scotland and Wales.

Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer could potentially seize power with a landslide victory, projected to secure 468 seats, according to a study conducted by Survation.

The survey indicates that Labour commands 45% of the vote, with the Conservatives trailing behind by 19 points at 26%. The Scottish National Party is forecast to secure 41 seats, followed by the Liberal Democrats with 22 and Plaid Cymru with two.

In the 2019 election, the Conservatives held 365 seats, Labour 203, the SNP 48, the Lib Dems 11, and Plaid four.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak himself faces the risk of losing his constituency, the new Richmond and Northallerton seat in North Yorkshire, as his lead over Labour stands at a mere 2.4%. Additionally, several cabinet ministers, including potential leadership contenders, are at risk of losing their seats.

According to the study commissioned by the internationalist Best for Britain campaign group, Commons Leader Penny Mordaunt, Home Secretary James Cleverly, and Defence Secretary Grant Shapps are among those predicted to lose their seats. However, Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch, former Home Secretary Suella Braverman, and ex-Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick are expected to retain their seats.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is another prominent figure who could face defeat, holding just a 1% advantage over the Liberal Democrats in his new Godalming and Ash constituency.

The poll underscores the threat posed to the Conservatives by Reform UK, projected to come in second seven seats with an 8.5% share of the overall vote. A simulation of the likely outcome without Reform UK’s presence suggests that the Tories would still suffer a significant defeat, but potentially with a better chance for Sunak, or his replacement, to rebuild.

Naomi Smith, Chief Executive of Best for Britain, remarked, “With swathes of voters turning away from the Tories, it’s evident that this will be a change election.”

The poll, conducted by Survation with 15,029 adults using a multilevel regression and post-stratification (MRP) process to model constituency-level results, was carried out between March 8 and 22.

A government source commented, “We’ve observed numerous polls and predictions. The coming months will sharpen the focus on the choice between our strategy to stimulate economic growth, foster opportunity, and build a brighter future, and Labour’s lack of a viable plan that could regress us.”

In a demonstration of Reform UK’s ambitions, Tory MP Bob Seely disclosed that he had been approached to defect to the Nigel Farage-linked party. However, Seely declined, stating, “I said no to Reform because I believe in loyalty. I don’t cut and run, and neither should we.”

A Reform spokesman responded to Seely’s decision, stating, “If he wants to reject the only chance he has of saving his skin, well, that’s up to him.”

Keir Starmer is just another globalist establishment stooge

For those who believe their prayers will be answered by Sir Keir Starmer, they should really think again. The following investigative article published by Dorset Eye has revealed that those looking for the best for the UK, would be barking up the wrong tree if they chose a Labour Party led by Starmer.

What this article reveals is that Starmer is a capitalist globalist. For those who are not aware of what this means in reality, hopefully the following enlightens.

Globalist capitalism refers to a form of capitalism that is closely associated with the principles and practices of globalism. Here are some key characteristics of globalist capitalism:

  1. Free Market Ideology: Globalist capitalism is rooted in the ideology of free market capitalism, which emphasises minimal government intervention in the economy and the free movement of goods, services, capital, and labour across national borders. It promotes deregulation, privatisation, and the removal of barriers to trade and investment.
  2. Global Integration of Markets: Globalist capitalism is characterised by the integration of national economies into a single global marketplace. This integration is facilitated by advances in communication, transportation, and technology, which allow for the seamless flow of goods, services, and capital across borders.
  3. Multinational Corporations (MNCs): Globalist capitalism is driven by multinational corporations (MNCs) that operate across multiple countries and regions. These corporations leverage economies of scale, global supply chains, and international networks to maximise profits and market share. They often wield significant economic and political influence, shaping global trade patterns and policies.
  4. Outsourcing and Offshoring: Globalist capitalism encourages the outsourcing and offshoring of production and services to countries with lower labour costs and favorable regulatory environments. This practice allows corporations to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and access new markets, but it can also lead to job displacement and wage stagnation in high-income countries.
  5. Global Financial System: Globalist capitalism is characterised by an interconnected global financial system, which includes international banks, stock exchanges, and currency markets. This system facilitates the flow of capital across borders, investment diversification, and the allocation of resources based on market signals.
  6. Financialization: Globalist capitalism is marked by the increasing importance of financial markets and financial activities in the economy. Financialisation refers to the growing influence of financial motives, institutions, and practices in shaping economic decision-making and outcomes. This includes the rise of complex financial products, speculative trading, and the prioritisation of short-term profits over long-term investment.
  7. Income Inequality: Globalist capitalism has been associated with rising income inequality within and across countries. While it has contributed to overall economic growth and prosperity, the benefits have not been evenly distributed, leading to disparities in wealth, income, and opportunity. This trend has been attributed to factors such as technological change, globalisation, and the weakening of labour unions.
  8. Global Governance and Regulation: Globalist capitalism operates within a framework of international agreements, treaties, and institutions that regulate economic activities and promote global cooperation. This includes organisations such as the World Trade Organization (WTO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Bank, which set standards and rules for international trade, finance, and development.
  9. Environmental Impact: Globalist capitalism has significant environmental implications, including resource depletion, pollution, and climate change. The pursuit of economic growth and profit maximisation often comes at the expense of environmental sustainability, leading to ecological degradation and environmental crises that transcend national boundaries.
  10. Resistance and Critique: Globalist capitalism faces resistance and critique from various quarters, including labour movements, environmental activists, anti-globalization campaigners, and proponents of alternative economic models. Critics argue that it prioritises corporate interests over social welfare, undermines democratic governance, exacerbates inequality, and poses existential threats to the planet.

Overall, globalist capitalism represents a particular manifestation of capitalism in the era of globalisation, characterised by the expansion of markets, the dominance of multinational corporations, and the integration of national economies into a single global system.

Now, please, can someone clearly explain how Starmer is any different from the Conservatives and other parties that promise the opposite but deliver the above?

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