Look what A Very Public Sociologist melted into
In the future I mat well say yes but right now I cannot. If labour dumps Progress and talks to people like me disabled I may return one day.
If Jim Murphy, Douglas Alexander and Ed Balls lose their seats, I'm not sure socialism in Britain will be able to recover.Mike
Lewisham People Before Profit isn’t a left party by your definition. However for your information:Lewisham Deptford - Helen Mercer - 666Lewisham East - Nick Long – 390Lewisham West & Penge - as you will know Jim Smith did not stand and gave TUSC a clear run.
Oh well, back to the drawing board. Regret giving in and voting as nothing has really changed except Scottish and UK Labour now need new leaders and the Ulster Scotch now have a bigger role in Westminster than the Scots.
I didn't take you up. But I'm glad you unseated George Galloway and David "the Jews" Ward. And I'll shed no tears for Esther McVile either.The real loser, as far as I'm concerned, are the electorate, especially the unionist majority in Scotland. The unpleasant SNP don't command half as much support as Little Englanders think, but the beleagured 55% are virtually nowhere now. That is whhy I've made my decision. I am donating today and think all readers should join me in this undertaking.https://electoral-reform.netdonor.net/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1754&ea.campaign.id=31752
Looking at the Scottish results in depth Labour are still holding out in their heartlands polling over 30%, basis for a resurgence and 2016 elections will be interesting. Your comments elsewhere make sense, the SNP have caused a kneejerk reaction kicking of an English Nationalist backlash. How to stop the SNP holding Westminster to ransome as Sturgeon threatened, return an English Nationalist majority through the Tories.
Just think - in May 1997 there was no Scottish Parliament, the SNP had 6 seats, and Labour ruled from the Hebrides to Lockerbie.Apparently a Scottish Parliament would be the cure for Scottish Nationalism. Another Blair legacy to be proud of - almost too many to count.
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