Labour hold on to Feltham & Heston

#4
Nevertheless, it does show that at least some of the population are incapable of seeing what an utter disaster the last government was.
 
#5
It looks like people want another Liarbore Govt, are people that stupid?

Sorry no linky due to IT retardedness
Yes, they are that stupid. The L.B. of Hounslow is deepest red except for the small part called Chiswick.
 
#6
Yes, they are that stupid. The L.B. of Hounslow is deepest red except for the small part called Chiswick.
Pretty much, the big story of the night would have been if the Tories increased their vote...

From the BBC page....
Ms Malhotra grew up in Feltham, and went to school in Heston. She was an adviser to Harriet Harman during her stint as Leader of the Opposition in 2010
Which goes to show it's not what you know but you you know in the selection process....

For some of these deep Liabour constituencies you could stick a red rosette on a walking ******** and it would still be elected....

That simply proves how uneducated most of the electorate are in this Country. They have no understanding of the economic situation..

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I've come to the conclusion that what this country needs right now is another labour government.

It has become abundantly clear that:

1. The labour 'everyone can have anything now without paying for it' propaganda machine is far more appealing than the coalition message that one must eventually pay for what one consumes.
2. The frothing masses with their ever growing sense of entitlement don't see a problem in wanting more than they pay for.
3. The only way that message will get across to the fiscally challenged is if the UK has a full blown sovereign debt crisis.
Only then and the austerity which flows from it will the uneducated start to put two and two together and realise what has gotten us into this mess.
 
#7
Pretty much, the big story of the night would have been if the Tories increased their vote...

From the BBC page....

Which goes to show it's not what you know but you you know in the selection process....

For some of these deep Liabour constituencies you could stick a red rosette on a walking ******** and it would still be elected....
As has been proved in Harriet Harman's constituency

That simply proves how uneducated most of the electorate are in this Country. They have no understanding of the economic situation..

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Only then and the austerity which flows from it will the uneducated start to put two and two together and realise what has gotten us into this mess.
Labour were very quick to tell everyone that it was a World Banking Crisis and Margaret Thatcher's policies that caused all the problem and they weren't to blame.

It's so easy to be in opposition because you can say what you like, it will never be put to the test until you're in power and then you just do the usual Labour thing, you blame the last Government and also chuck in Maggie.
 
#11
Yes... Mr Hed Shed Ed Millypede and his Shadow Cabinet Pals must have had a 'Collective Cum' in their Political Knickers over this. What a poor turnout, does mean diddly squat. It's just a 'Skidmark' on the Liarbore Knickers of Leftisms...... Mr Ed is no B'Lair and nor even a Paw Broone. So the Parliamentary Liarbore Party really have nothing much to crow about....
 
#13
Interestingly, the BNP managed to shed 1,200 of their 1,700 followers last year. Where have they gone?
1) Back to Labour?
2) Back to UKIP?
3) Stayed in bed weeping over their dole cheque?
 
#15
It would be interesting to know when last was a popular government let alone one that wasnt a disaster.
 
#16
naw what they didnt tell anyone was they kept a queue of foregin women talking in there dodgy foreign lauguage at the door of each polling station and only let in people who were wearing something red, its more a miricle that anyone but labour got any votes than the turnout being so low.

besides theres no accounting for what the average mong on the street thinks, most of whome only vote based on the fact there benefit cheque will be made bigger by the red party
 
#17
#18
I can see a compelling logic in it. Liken it to a socialist intent on committing suicide. After a lot of theorizing and expenditure of other people's money to set the scene, there comes a point when even the socialist wants it over with quickly. And the famous Mr ED can do that for UK.
 
#19
For those of you who have had the grave misfortune to visit Hounslow, the result can hadly come as a surprise; that said, even by local standards, the turnout was pathetic and does not bode well for 2015.
 

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