Friday, April 23, 2010



Church leader and political pundit Matthew Hosier predicts, counter intiutively, an election victory for the Labour Party on May 6th, due to the Conservatives being unable to achieve a large enough breakthrough.

What do you think?

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1 comment:

Steve Smith said...

I have thought for months that Labour will not only achieve the most seats, but even win a majority. I haven't read Matthew Hosier's blog yet, but I think this is the case due to the Tory's not (yet) achieving a significant swing to its camp. What I find most amazing is that despite Labour being hugely unpopular, this unpopularity is not (unlike 1997) matched by an upsurge in the popularity of the opposition. It only requires the polls to be undercounting Labour support for them to be disguising a Labour majority, such is the 'unfairness' of our electoral system.