Parties’ key messages Friday 13th March

Tories – Miliband’s kitchen is now a campaign issue. Think we just reached a new low…

Labour – My perception is energy bills are less of an issue since the recent falls in oil prices. Hasn’t stopped Labour tweeting about them more than 10 times today though:

Lib Dems – They’ve come up with a new sticking plaster for the housing market “Rent to own”:

Also, they are having a ‘rally’ today. Didn’t realise there were enough Lib Dems left to constitute a rally, but apparently so:

UKIP – Local policies for local people. Who’s with them?

Greens – Want to watch Natalie Benn on Question Time? Course you bloody do:

SNP – Let’s all laugh at Labour:

Plaid Cymru – Nowt to do with the election, but news that the Welsh language is alive and well… in Argentina:

And by special request…

TUSC – We have a lot of candidates didn’t you know?:

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2 thoughts on “Parties’ key messages Friday 13th March

  1. TUSC – TRADE UNION IST AND SOCIALIST COALITION

    Glad to see TUSC now in your Tweets, but it might be good to say their full party name as that is on their logo:

    Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

    Last count, TUSC had over 122 candidates running as MPs, and over a 1000 in the 6000 council elections.

    As TUSC are running in 1/6th of the UK MP seats they should be getting fair media coverage, but they are getting nothing in online or print newspapers, anything like the so-called big parties who will not be able to form a government on their own from the most severe hung parliament in UK history.

    MEBYON KERNOW

    Now you might care to add:

    Mebyon Kernow running in all voting areas in Cornwall
    as the Tory and Lib Dem marginals have single figure majorities there

    Mebyon Kernow want their own Cornwall Assembly to escape the ever greater welfare reform, that Labour on its own would just continue.

    Small anti austerity parties actually helping the poor, could win big if they got top billing in left leaning blogs, and utterly change Labour, who has insufficient even with SNP to reach the minimum of 323 MPs to form a government.

    WITHOUT SMALL LEFT WING PARTIES ADDING TO UNASSAILABLE MAJORITY OF HELP FOR THE POOR, THE TORIES COULD STAY IN POWER FOR 5 YEARS EVEN IF LOSE

    Without these small left wing parties as MPs as naturall allies to Labour / SNP / Plaid Cymru,
    the Tories could just remain in power even if they Tory MPs lose their seats.

    POOR VOTERS NOW OUTNUMBER ALL OTHERS IN THE HUGE NUMBER OF MARGINALS

    Voters with money will not be at home on Thursday 7 May as that is the Bank Holiday week. Charter flights are usually Sunday to Sunday.

    Greater number of poor voters of all ages
    than any other voters, and
    they will be home as no money for luxury of holidays.

    So where are others running where the poor teem in their multitudes?

    – Socialist party of Great Britain (Socialist GB)

    – Class War

    http://www.anastasia-england.me.uk

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