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The eleven things that will determine who wins this election

Predicting voter behaviour in our current complex circumstances is a fools' game—but there are certain factors that will determine how the election plays out

By Chaminda Jayanetti  

Who will win the 2019 general election? Photo: PA

The coming general election is set to be the most momentous in living memory—it is not an exaggeration to say it could determine the future of the British Union itself.

It is also set to be more volatile than any election this country has ever seen.

Predicting voter behaviour in the current circumstances is a fools’ game, but there are certain factors that will determine how the election plays out.

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