"If anything recent elections have told us that you can't be sure of anything. I think she will actually reduce her majority."
A proportion of people who voted leave did so ti stick it to the government and may do so again. But Labour seem to still be self-destructing, which may balance that out. This ones a tough call as to which way it will go. I'd quite like to see another coalition to put the brakes on Mays ambitions, but on the other hand, we, as a country, don't want to be dithering during the Brexit negotiations. And don't trust Corbyn with his hands on the reins. At this stage I have no idea who I might vote for, although any vote against Labour genuinely won't count anyway. We've had a Labour MP almost since the Labour party was founded with little signs of a sea change in this constituency.