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Odd Logo On Letter From Local Mp

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Got a letter through my door yesterday from local MP inviting to a meeting to discuss with local residents alternative ways to dealing with the economy - meeting is at 11am tomorrow (Monday), so he's not going to get much of a turnout.

Anyway, odd thing was that the letter heading/paper did not say Labour party on it anywhere except in tiny letters on the side. The large logo says "Ed Miliband (large letters), New politics, Fresh ideas (small letters) on green box with a tiny red strip on the top.

Are they trying to pretend they are not Labour? Do they think that the Green coloured Ed Miliband party is something that would attract supporters over Labour branding?

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Got a letter through my door yesterday from local MP inviting to a meeting to discuss with local residents alternative ways to dealing with the economy - meeting is at 11am tomorrow (Monday), so he's not going to get much of a turnout.

Anyway, odd thing was that the letter heading/paper did not say Labour party on it anywhere except in tiny letters on the side. The large logo says "Ed Miliband (large letters), New politics, Fresh ideas (small letters) on green box with a tiny red strip on the top.

Are they trying to pretend they are not Labour? Do they think that the Green coloured Ed Miliband party is something that would attract supporters over Labour branding?

Even sh*t attracts flies, so perhaps it will work for some

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