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Nu Labour's Support Lowest For 19 Years

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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/19062006/325/supp...bour-drops.html

Support for Labour dropsTuesday June 20, 12:08 AM

LONDON (Reuters) - Support for Labour has slipped back to a 19-year low after weeks of bad news on the domestic front, a poll published on Tuesday showed.
The ICM survey for the Guardian put Labour's support at 32 percent, 5 percentage points behind the Conservatives and two points down from the last poll in May.

Perhaps the press and their very recent coverage of the downside to inflation in housing and the huge debt mountain being created by MEW is getting through to the sheeple that thought it would buy them financial freedom?

The parents who see their kids priced out of a home. The terrible consequences of repossession as IR rise and millions on the edge face despair. The rising unemplolyment statistics that cast a shadow the ability to pay for grossly overpriced houses that are a millstone rather than the promised source of wealth that Gordon's Miracle Economy was supposed to create without effort.

An economiuc miracle that has all gone so horribly wrong just like the idea that the proliferation of surveillance cameras and ID cards would be better for us all in the long run.

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      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
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      • up 5%



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