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May 6th Is G.e. Date

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“Whenever and wherever there is anti-social behavior, we will be there to fight it,†Brown will say, according to extracts released by his office last night. “The decent, hard-working majority are getting evermore angry -- rightly so -- with the minority who will talk about their rights but never accept their responsibilities.â€

Darling, targeting what he called “greed and recklessness†in Britain’s financial system, told banks to curtail bonuses and said the rich will pay more in tax.

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“Whenever and wherever there is anti-social behavior, we will be there to fight it,†Brown will say, according to extracts released by his office last night. “The decent, hard-working majority are getting evermore angry -- rightly so -- with the minority who will talk about their rights but never accept their responsibilities.â€

Is he talking about MPs there?

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While Brown has until June 3 to call the vote, local elections are already scheduled on May 6. A 34-page Labour document titled, “General Election Handbook Part 1 -- A day-by- day planner for your general election campaign,†was issued to candidates and campaign chiefs this week at the conference.

The document’s description of an April campaign suggests that Brown is planning to hold the general election the same day as voting for local officials.

“This would appear to confirm a May 6 election,†said Justin Fisher, professor of political science at Brunel University and an expert on election campaigns. “That would protect Labour from any momentum issues should they perform badly in the local government elections.â€

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