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    Labour in freefall as Tories open up 14-point lead

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...9/polls.labour

    It is shedding support on all fronts, including to the Conservatives, who are on 41%, two points up on last month's Guardian/ICM poll.

    Labour support, at 27%, has fallen seven points in the space of a month and is the lowest ever recorded in the Guardian/ICM series, which began in 1984.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Labour in freefall as Tories open up 14-point lead

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...9/polls.labour

    It is shedding support on all fronts, including to the Conservatives, who are on 41%, two points up on last month's Guardian/ICM poll.

    Labour support, at 27%, has fallen seven points in the space of a month and is the lowest ever recorded in the Guardian/ICM series, which began in 1984.


    Chortle - Labour will be slaughtered

    (and knowing Gordo's luck, polling day is the day before fortnightly bin collection day)
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    Chortle - Labour will be slaughtered
    Alternatively, everybody will be too chicken sh*te to vote outside their comfort zone, and Labour will stay in power following the next general election.

    You heard it here first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicane View Post
    Alternatively, everybody will be too chicken sh*te to vote outside their comfort zone, and Labour will stay in power following the next general election.

    You heard it here first.
    No: Labour will lose, the Tories will get in, and it will not get better, although some diehard Tories on here will insist that it is better, regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by expat View Post
    No: Labour will lose, the Tories will get in, and it will not get better, although some diehard Tories on here will insist that it is better, regardless.
    There may be some useful tinkering around the edges, but that is as much as can be hoped for

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    Quote Originally Posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    There may be some useful tinkering around the edges, but that is as much as can be hoped for
    If I were Cameron I'd vote labour and stay in opposition.

    It's hard to see how public spending could be tackled without creating high unemployment. How for example can you undo paying a GP something like an eight and a quarter of a million pounds a year? Can't be undone. The only solution may be to rip off the poor and increase immigration, i.e. continue with labour policy.

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    My only regret is that Blair didn't stick around to face the music and have to deal with the humiliatoin of loosing to the tories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Labour in freefall as Tories open up 14-point lead

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...9/polls.labour

    It is shedding support on all fronts, including to the Conservatives, who are on 41%, two points up on last month's Guardian/ICM poll.

    Labour support, at 27%, has fallen seven points in the space of a month and is the lowest ever recorded in the Guardian/ICM series, which began in 1984.


    I dont see any difference between the parties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    I dont see any difference between the parties.
    Then you are blind sir.

    New Labour:

    Reduction of civil liberties
    Huge growing tax burden
    Mushrooming of the public sector and civil servants
    Destruction of family values and encouraging single parent families
    Using Human Rights laws to protect terrorists and criminals whilst ignoring the needs of victims and law abiding.
    Attacks on small business and entrepeneurs
    Encouraging uncontrolled immigration, especially non-EU. Zero border controls and zero effort to root out illegals and deport them
    Emphasis on victimising motorists
    Keeping the poor poor and dependant on state handouts.
    Nanny state mentality with thousands of pieces of disjointed and poorly drafted legislation.



    Conservatives fundamentally do not believe in and will not follow this path.

    It's up to you at the end of day. If you want to carry on in the fashion of the last 11 years, then don't vote Conservative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Labour in freefall as Tories open up 14-point lead

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...9/polls.labour

    It is shedding support on all fronts, including to the Conservatives, who are on 41%, two points up on last month's Guardian/ICM poll.

    Labour support, at 27%, has fallen seven points in the space of a month and is the lowest ever recorded in the Guardian/ICM series, which began in 1984.


    i knew you were a guardian reader really.

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