Lack of posts

Sorry for the posts being a bit thin on the ground over the last few days but I have been a little tied up getting myself ready for the Battersea selection on Wednesday of next week.

I’m lucky because I work just over the river from Battersea Park and can walk to the constituency in ten minutes. So for the last few lunchtimes and evenings I have been walking and talking to the good people of Battersea.

Ken Livingstone comes up a lot.

Funny that!

And Blair is almost as unpopular.

Funny that!

The good news is that everyone, absolutely everyone, I have spoken to is very happy with the performance of Wandsworth council.

Funny that!

What I will try to find out is:
Why if so many people are fed up with Labour, locally and nationally, and so happy with Conservatives locally they didn’t vote in a Conservative MP?

Answers on Wednesday night.

2 responses to “Lack of posts

  1. Why didn’t they vote in a Tory? That crucial quality called momentum. The 2005 election result gave us momentum. If we had achieved that momentum a year earlier, Labour would not have been the largest party in Parliament. Remember that the past is “a bucket of ash”, tells you what happened but ultimately useless. Onwards and upwards.

  2. Why didn’t they vote in a Tory? That crucial quality called momentum. The 2005 election result gave us momentum. If we had achieved that momentum a year earlier, Labour would not have been the largest party in Parliament. Remember that the past is “a bucket of ash”, tells you what happened but ultimately useless. Onwards and upwards.

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