Gandalf the Red wrote:Coalition?
The Tories will win with a landside. Even with the usual error factor in the polls then they are looking at 400 odd seats, Labour with 150 and the SNP with 50. Lib Dems won't even get 10. The Conservatives are currently at 1/18 with most bookies and they hardly ever get it wrong.
Then the problem is Corbyn is like a limpet and will cling on for the next decade until he pops his clogs. Labour's finished as a political force. They've already lost Scotland which used to guarantee them 50 odd seats.
Much as it pains me to say so, I am broadly in agreement with you with two minor exceptions....I think the Liberals will do significantly better than you suggest as they more represent the views of the remain than any of the others and also will pick up some votes from the historic Labour voters who don't like Corbyn but can't bring themselves to vote Tory.
Secondly I think Corbyn will go after the election, but he may be replaced by a similar far left politician.
Personally whilst I have always sat politically on the left, I find Corbyn the most ineffectual and useless "leader" that a major political party has had in a very long time. Internationally he has no credibility and domestically pretty much the same.
Given that I think that Brexit is an economic disaster in waiting, I'll end up voting for the party that gives the best possible chance of at least remaining in the single Market....I.e. I'll vote tactically in the vain hope that it stops the Tories implementing a hard Brexit