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The polls have closed and it is expected that Labour could be dealt a tremendous blow (again)

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Hotly dubbed “Super Thursday” the U.K is at it again with its elections. Expected to widely have profound implications for the future of the country and the Labour party — results are widely expected to be finished sometime Monday. Local COVID-19 restrictions are hindering the ability to fully count everything on what would be the usual timescale.

We’ll have plenty more and the results on Monday as they fully come in.

In Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon is hoping for a landslide because she hopes that SNP will get a second chance to argue and push for Scotland ‘s independence from Britain. A separation of state between Scotland and England would have profound implications once again similar to the way that Brexit did when it first went through.

Hartlepool is particularly a hotspot as pre election polls showed a probable win for the T’s.


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By Amaral Jade

Amaral Jade Khan is the Senior Editor of The Daily News. Khan covers politics; The 2016 Elections, and various entertainment subjects.

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