Don’t fall for this!! if the product will not do the job you bought it for get rid. Labour have failed Nationally, that’s why we are in a mess and locally just look outside.Take a deep breath and think why should i vote Labour.There is an alternative so Vote Green on May 5th
We spotted these last night and to be honest we can’t compete.But we will try to offer the best we can with the limited resources available. Only joking it’s Saturday another long day and Good luck to every one
Weaste sorted today and most of Swinton South,unable to keep up with the Swinton North team,start again on Monday.Little shocked with both the Labour and Condem efforts
Just been reading the Salford Online site. It’s sad really that a great site is turning into a propaganda piece. The amount of hits the site would get in any one period should in reality have made it in to something Salford is missing an up to the minute news medium. The Local Advertiser had the spot of Local News provider, Salford Star was a Heavy weight but starved of funding and now we see the Salford online site dominated by Labour spin. The staff on the site always seem a decent bunch i only hope it does not loose sight of what the site is there to provide.News for Salford People. Most news mediums stop using political stories during the election, asking the candidates fair questions is a great idea but Cllr Merrys press spokesman seems to be having a field day.
Sad the Departing Swinton Liberal Democrat is still bitter,we put out a Thousand one sides out yesterday just to give us a chance to talk to people.No real topics just an ice breaker,and he as to have a dig,well i suppose i could have filled an A4 and said i stood in Eccles Lost thought i would pop over to Swinton south and do every thing the ward needed in in three weeks!! but no I think i have a Record of action so like they say.
WATCH THIS SPACE
- He forget to mention he is the de-selected Councillor from Barton.
- And he forget to mention he was booted from Walkden.
- But i suppose those things are easily forgotten
It seems the agent for the WEASTE AND SEEDLEY LIB DEM CANDIDATE IS ON HOLIDAY!!!!! Do you think they have some idea of what’s going to happen?
Not laughed so much for ages. A certain councillor has brought their house phone instead of their mobile
I took this off John Warmishamd twitter page,i wonder which Labour councillor did this? no surprises though.
One is that AV is not proportional representation – it is a fairly small, incremental change from the first-past-the-post system we already use. Moreover, it’s mathematically complex, so its effects are not obvious. Most of the arguments for or against it, then, are debatable. The ‘yes’ campaign claims it will push extremist parties to the margins, because they will never garner enough support to cross the 50 per cent threshold. The ‘no’ campaign says it will encourage mainstream parties to seek second-preference votes from those with extremist tendencies. The former seems more plausible – but it’s difficult, or impossible, to prove.
Such a situation is a fertile breeding ground for bad arguments.
The second reason casts considerable light on the state of the coalition. Put simply: supporters of AV, and in particular the Liberal Democrats, are giving the issue far more importance than it actually deserves.
Plenty of us might vote yes, on the basis that AV is very slightly better, and very slightly fairer, than first-past-the-post. (Or to put it another way, the people of Papua New Guinea have a slightly better voting system than we do.) But this ‘miserable little compromise’, as Nick Clegg himself once described AV, is hardly a democratic revolution.
Why are the Lib Dems pushing so hard? Partly because it would benefit them, in terms of the number of MPs elected. But partly, I suspect, because they are using the issue as a pressure valve to vent their frustrations at the coalition itself.
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