Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Labour loosing votes locally through reticence

Some times doing what you believe is right does not make you popular. My, unscientific, analysis of Lab/ UKIP switchers suggestes that they are motivated as much by support for welfare reform as much as they are by immigration. Mind you when Labour fulfil their pledge to be tougher than the coalition on welfare they might come back, but first Labour locally will have to overcome the reticence and tell them their new policy which might in turn alienate their activists

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