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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/09052006/140/poll...t-plummets.html

Poll Says Labour Support Plummets

Sky News Tuesday May 9, 06:43 AM

Tony Blair has given his strongest hint yet that he will not serve a full third term as Prime Minister. It comes as a new poll suggests support for Labour is at its lowest level since 1992. Mr Blair has again refused to set a date for his departure from Downing Street - but said he would allow his successor ample time to "bed in" before the next election.
And the poll in The Times says support for the Conservatives is up four points to 38% with support for Labour down six points to 30%. Liberal Democrats are down one point to 20%.

Seems that people are seriously wanting this government out and that the Tories are the only viable option. Perhaps the "Miracle Econoony" is wearing a bit thin and that the sheeple are not so collectivelyu dumb as many think. They know inflation is raging while debt skyrockets and that owning a a house with a high "value" which is here today and gone tomorrow is not enough.

And on TB's legacy:

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/08052006/140/tony...erm-legacy.html

Tony Blair's 'Fourth Term Legacy'
Sky News Monday May 8, 11:55 PM
Tony Blair has told backbench MPs his "legacy will be a fourth term" and gave a strong indication he would not serve a full third term. He said his successor would have ample time to "bed in" before the next election and the handover would be smooth.
Mr Blair said there would be a "stable and orderly transition" to his successor and that he backed Gordon Brown.

So all TB has to show is a 4th Term under NuLabour with the Miracle worker at the helm? Nothing else? How about HPI and the wealth brought about by MEW?

Edited by Realistbear

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I think when the realisation we're getting "poll tax 2 - revenge of the council tax" people will come to their senses...

Until then Bliar can hang on by a thread...

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“Seems that people are seriously wanting this government out and that the Tories are the only viable option.”

I don’t think I would go that far !

Currently all three main parties are in bed together so they don’t need to listen to the people as they award themselves bigger pensions and longer holidays. It’s a phoney war being played and that’s why few MP’s talk about things we can see and measure ourselves and prefer to talk about spending X on so and so. Can I count the cost , can I see the results, what was the real cost, I just don’t know and they can tell me what they want.

The BNP on the other hand has the guts to say what they want and they are not part of this phoney war being played out for the sheeple and that’s why the other 3 are collectively scared to death.

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The BNP on the other hand has the guts to say what they want and they are not part of this phoney war being played out for the sheeple and that’s why the other 3 are collectively scared to death.

saying that - how long do you think a crock of bullies and thugs could operate and supply a nations government services.

none of the bnp types did well at school and you cant run a government dept from the inside of a green bomber jacket and red braces. perhaps new govt depts like the ministry of seig heiling or the department for the welfare of staffordshire bull terriers would spring up.

despite the policies making some sense in part, they are an incapable bunch of low quality larger drinkers.

to blame this on immigration is a non starter. this is a btl driven boom. not an immigrant one.

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And the poll in The Times says support for the Conservatives is up four points to 38% with support for Labour down six points to 30%. Liberal Democrats are down one point to 20%.

Even better is the poll that shows Gordon Brown to be an even greater vote loser! With Brown as leader Labour get 31%, and Conservatives 41%

No wonder Brown, a man who uses words as carefully as Blair, has changed his patter since the local election defeats.

His previous mantra: The decision [on leadership of NuLab] is a matter for "Tony Blair, the Labour party and the country as a whole" is now a matter for "Tony Blair and the Labour party"

So no snap election to get 'his mandate' :lol::lol:

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despite the policies making some sense in part, they are an incapable bunch of low quality larger drinkers.

Sheer genius, and very true. :) Visit the BNP's website for as much dribbling incoherence as you can stomach.

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saying that - how long do you think a crock of bullies and thugs could operate and supply a nations government services.

none of the bnp types did well at school and you cant run a government dept from the inside of a green bomber jacket and red braces. perhaps new govt depts like the ministry of seig heiling or the department for the welfare of staffordshire bull terriers would spring up.

despite the policies making some sense in part, they are an incapable bunch of low quality larger drinkers.

to blame this on immigration is a non starter. this is a btl driven boom. not an immigrant one.

Oh really?

How about mass immigration suppressing wage inflation therefore suppressing reported inflation figures thus keeping interest rates artificially low?

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Mr Blair said there would be a "stable and orderly transition" to his successor and that he backed Gordon Brown.

And the fools believed him :).

none of the bnp types did well at school and you cant run a government dept from the inside of a green bomber jacket and red braces.

I'm no fan of the BNP, but 'doing well at school' is hardly a good indicator of ability to run a government. Just look at NuLab, for example: I wasn't aware that Tony Blair failed all his O levels.

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none of the bnp types did well at school...

Come on open your eyes, your average NU LAbour activist/Parliamentarian/Voters are not exactly bristling with O levels. A large proportion of them are either feckless, talentless lazy civil servant types or Council scheme professional benefits fraudsters at best. Hardly the builders of nations.

Shower of idiots who have no business being in charge of the Titanic.

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