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Miliband is Least Popular Leader Since Polling Began

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Miliband is Least Popular Leader Since Polling Began.

Oh dear, oh dear. Either the men in grey coats have got to come for him or Labour are looking likely to be opposition for at least a decade.

Even Scotland is deserting them with the SNP on the ascendency. Perhaps a Con-UKIP pact is more likely as the yellow peril are going to be obliterated in May next year?

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Author: gavinmaclure

IT professional; political blogger, former Conservative councillor

3 thoughts on “Miliband is Least Popular Leader Since Polling Began

  1. For there to be a Tory/UKIP pact, there has to be UKIP MPs. After Clacton, Rochester, Billericay, Thurrock, Grimsby and Rochdale, where do you see them gettting more than 6 seats? Could be a big mess – polls suggest no two parties will have 325. Which means confidence & supply for six months then another election…

  2. As UKIP’s raison d’être is to stop the Tories they are hardly going to go in to coalition with them are they? What was the first thing UKIP’s two MP’s did? Voted with Labour against the Tories. Use your brain Gavin!

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