LOCAL ELECTIONS: LABOUR WINS BIG Labour is expected to win 700 new seats in local elections, with a projected vote share of 39 per cent to the Conservatives' 31. Ed Miliband's party has made significant inroads into southern and Midlands councils. But Tory Boris Johnson is expected to be re-elected as London mayor, despite his party's unpopularity. Labour wins big as UKIP eats into Conservative support
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LABOUR CANDIDATE SLAMS MILIBAND A Labour candidate in a key target seat says Ed Miliband will “never form a credible government” unless he does more to win over “the aspirational southern voter”. According to the Sunday Times, Trist... Read Post
UKIP: HUGE GAINS AT LOCAL ELECTIONS The UK Independence Party has hugely increased its number of councillors at yesterday’s local elections in England. Votes are still being counted but the party claims it will win 100 seats. The Co... Read Post
Wow: Labour slumped to a record low in yesterday’s local council elections as it was swept from power in its last four counties. The party faced losing more than 300 seats as its projected share of the vote plummeted to 23 per cent,... Read Post