Parties’ key messages Wednesday 11th March

Day 3 in this series.

Tories – A quiet day? CCHQ try a new hashtag:

Labour – The debates. Labour have anew hashtag all of their own:

Lib Dems – Mental health, and a nice reminder that Ainsley Harriott is still alive and well:

UKIP – Today’s issue, how plain cigarette packaging is an assault on democracy:

Greens – Caroline Lucas’ NHS Bill:

Respect – Do you want to join Respect?

SNP – Is this true? Don’t know there’s no evidence provided:

Plaid Cymru – Don’t really get this campaign, but anyway:


2 thoughts on “Parties’ key messages Wednesday 11th March

  1. The Tories are now talking about staying in power because the pundits predict the most severe hung parliament in UK history, so even Tory MPs who lose their seats could stay in power for another 5 years.

    Labour will get insufficient to rule even with the partnership with SNP and Plaid Cymru of Wales.

    There is a way to cut into the Tory and Lib Dems seats in England in MP seats where the Tories or Lib Dems have the most slim majorities in what are called marginals.

    The poor who now outnumber all other voters in such marginals are the victims of welfare and pension reform, now facing penniless starvation from Universal Credit and thenil state pension coming with the flat rate pension form 2016.

    It would be better to get an unassailable majority and run UK’s London parliament for Labour to abandon Scotland and use that funding for advertisement ads on bicycle ads or other A boards outside Jobcentres and foodbanks as well as on the high street in England’s Tory and Lib Dem marginals for these natural allies to Labour and who could turn Labour back to be left wing.

    – Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC)

    – Class War

    – Socialist party of Great Britain (Socialist GB)

    – Mebyon Kernow of Cornwall
    (Tories and Lib Dems have single figure slim majorities in Cornwall)

    None of these are getting any media coverage, but they are the parties who offer the poor anything at all, by being a multi party coalition (support and confidence) that delivers the at least 323 MPs to bring about a socialist government that does not leave the poor in the growing penniless starvation from babes in womb to mothers, mothers with new babies, families, and grannies and grandads.

    This is the Vote or Starve election.

    The poor will starve if the Tories remain in power for another 5 years.

    The logos of these parties and where the marginals in England are, see:

  2. If Labour stood up and stated that they would stop the WCA then I believe that they would walk this election with a majority 🙂
    I also agree that the funding for Scottish Labour should be stopped as they know that they are going to lose a lot of votes – however, if they did state that they would scrap the WCA then they may get a huge amount of votes in Scotland as well.

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