Poll closes up in Britain

Written By: - Date published: 10:29 pm, November 23rd, 2009 - 2 comments
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The latest poll in Britain has Labour within 6 points of the Conservatives. A hung Parliament is in prospect.

One poll is not a trend but maybe it is too early to shoo Cameron in.

2 comments on “Poll closes up in Britain”

  1. randal 1

    of course it is too early to give the conservatives the benefit of providing policies that will make them the next british government.
    the tories in england are the same as the ones here.
    all flash and no substance.
    If the british people have any knowledge of what is going on here in New Zealand then they will know that voting in a conservative government is a recipe for social, environmental and economic disaster.

  2. Noko 2

    Ironically, randal, it’s the same way for New Labour over there. While the BNP’s immigration policies are distasteful as hell, they’re fast gaining support as a third party that isn’t
    A) The new boss
    B) The old boss
    Voters see the BNP as their only alternative to the two main parties. BNP have policies similar to socialism (apart from the equality aspect) and this is why they’re attractive option of the voters, who have had to deal with New Labour.

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