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Sun front page tomorrow.

That's it then. Game over you twit.

The rulers know the NuLab project is too tainted to continue.

I think we'll see the media, particularly the BBC, subtley change their tune over the next few months. People are going to be gently nudged towards accepting a conservative government

It's Cameron's turn to wield the wrecking ball.

And with the Lisbon treaty being so close to being ratified, the mission to destroy our country is nearly complete.

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Sun front page tomorrow.

That's it then. Game over you twit.

Ah yes.

The Sun. That well known Tory rag.

It's the Daily Mail Lite.

Nothing to see here. Move on.

If it was The Mirror then you'd have a story.

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And with the Lisbon treaty being so close to being ratified, the mission to destroy our country is nearly complete.

Wasn't there some talk of Cameron repealling the EU Cuntstitution even after it's been ratified? Based on some democratic legitimacy thing

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Sun front page tomorrow.

That's it then. Game over you twit.

Brown and the Labour party are doomed but I doubt whether the Sun will be deciding matters.

Its circulation peaked at 4,889,118 in 1995 but by 2008 it had reduced to an average of 2,986,000 copies a day.

The days when it alone turned elections on its own is probably in the past.

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Ah yes.

The Sun. That well known Tory rag.

It's the Daily Mail Lite.

Nothing to see here. Move on.

If it was The Mirror then you'd have a story.

Here's a link to the story at the Murdoch Bull$hit Channel

http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Politics/...r_Next_Election

Just what i described in my earlier post.

The elite know the NuFascist brand is tainted beyond redemption.

Cue more pro Tory headlines. They'll be popping up like mushrooms in most of the papers from now on.

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Ah yes.

The Sun. That well known Tory rag.

It's the Daily Mail Lite.

Nothing to see here. Move on.

If it was The Mirror then you'd have a story.

It has been broadly supportive of the NuLabour project.

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It did until Murdoch took over.

Murdoch isn't interested in parties - he's interested in the globalising free-market agenda. That's what a party has to support in order to get his support in return.

Unfortunately for him, the systems bust for good, so he won't be getting what he wants from now on, no matter who he supports.

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Ah yes.

The Sun. That well known Tory rag.

It's the Daily Mail Lite.

Nothing to see here. Move on.

If it was The Mirror then you'd have a story.

You think this is insignificant?

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Its just people in power backing the winning horse.

They would support the BNP if they thought they would win.

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They already are, minus the subtlety.

Yeah. Good post Ayatollah.

Could some BBC journalists be waking up to the fact that by this time next year, they'll probably be dealing with a Tory government, and consequently have entered career preservation mode?

It's called Realpolitik I think.........or perhaps just REALITY.

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It did until Murdoch took over.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sun_(newspaper)

The Sun goes Labour again

The Sun switched support to Labour on 18 March, 1997, six weeks before the landslide General Election victory which saw Labour leader Tony Blair become Prime Minister, despite attacking Blair and New Labour up to a month earlier. Its front page headline read THE SUN BACKS BLAIR and its front page editorial made clear that while it still had reservations about some of New Labour policies, such as the Minimum Wage and Devolution, it believed Blair to be "the breath of fresh air this great country needs."[26] John Major's Conservatives, it said, were "tired, divided and rudderless".[26] Blair, realising the influence the paper could have over its readers' political thinking, had "courted" it for some time by granting exclusive interviews and writing columns.

In exchange for Rupert Murdoch's support, Blair agreed not to join the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.[27] The paper has supported Labour in both the subsequent two elections, in 2001 and 2005, despite being a persistent critic of some of its policies, particularly on closer ties with Europe. It was argued that the 'Sun' backed New Labour at the 1997 General Election because it knew that the Conservatives had no chance of winning, and it had urged its readers to vote Conservative, afterwards it would have been seen as having backed a loser.

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