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Labour to win the election

#1 by phil ( deleted ) , Sun Mar 10, 2013 4:46 pm

The results of a new survey paid for by the Tories puts Labour with an overall 84 seat majority if there were an election this week. The survey of 19000 voters says that David Cameron would loose 93 of the 109 marginal seats he won at the last election and Nick Clegg would lose 30 of his 57 seats. Not that I'm itching to see "the boy" Miliband in control, but I would like to see the smug smile wiped off a couple of faces.

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RE: Labour to win the election

#2 by Sheldonboy , Sun Mar 10, 2013 4:53 pm

Quote: phil wrote in post #1
The results of a new survey paid for by the Tories puts Labour with an overall 84 seat majority if there were an election this week. The survey of 19000 voters says that David Cameron would loose 93 of the 109 marginal seats he won at the last election and Nick Clegg would lose 30 of his 57 seats. Not that I'm itching to see "the boy" Miliband in control, but I would like to see the smug smile wiped off a couple of faces.

phil I think this would be right. Although I would be very glad to see this destructive idiot Government out. I can't see Labour doing any better. They certainly havn't been an effective opposition.


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RE: Labour to win the election

#3 by phil ( deleted ) , Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:03 pm

SB

I have to be honest I agree with what you are saying, in effect there has been no real opposition to anything the Alliance has done or have said they are going to do.

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RE: Labour to win the election

#4 by Sheldonboy , Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:34 pm

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SB

I have to be honest I agree with what you are saying, in effect there has been no real opposition to anything the Alliance has done or have said they are going to do.

as i said before phil, that's what is so worrying lately. Poor governance, poor opposition.


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RE: Labour to win the election

#5 by tca , Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:38 am

morning
exact opposite here, labour in power with help of greens and an indipendent, but its looking like a landslide to the libs (conseratives) we are in election mode now the date of the election sept 16 2013 so its a long long campain, im sick of it already and its only been two weeks in


 
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RE: Labour to win the election

#6 by mollymandysb , Tue Mar 12, 2013 12:12 pm

it just goes to show that the electorate are fickle. if the new boundary changes go ahead it may be difficult for labour to actually gain that many seats as the tories are carving it up. certainly in redditch we will never be able to have a labour mp as the new boundary will take in the lenches, inkberrow and all the tory hinterland,.

none of them so far have proved that they are able to do anything for the people. yet when you had micheal foot the papers were at him all the time because he wore a mac and did not look smart, i think the people want to have to someone to look up to - look at the royalists.

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RE: Labour to win the election

#7 by phil ( deleted ) , Tue Mar 12, 2013 12:41 pm

Molly

I always looked up to Micky Foot and the fact that he was up on a platform at rallies had nothing to do with it. David Cameron and Teflon Tony and most of the politicians today whatever party are not fit to lick his boots clean.

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RE: Labour to win the election

#8 by mollymandysb , Thu Mar 14, 2013 4:16 pm

i agree with you phil but it seemed as if the general public through the press did not like the way he dressed.

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RE: Labour to win the election

#9 by phil ( deleted ) , Thu Mar 14, 2013 6:17 pm

Steph,

The way a man dresses and looks has very little to do with whats in his heart. Just look at "That Woman" she dressed like a lady, but she was anything but that.

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