Today we have Labour controlled by the unions,i think if any of the apathy sufferers in Salford read the National based glossy leaflets from them they may have seen who printed them,Unite,
Did people not think to ask why they dumped their Long Term Leader John Merry the person who sat at the head of the table when most of the Follies were passed?to embrace Mr Stewart rejected twice by the same Labour members.
If you did forget one thing you should remember the reason why most people dumped Labour at the last General Election,even if you don’t care about anything you should Google one sentence,Why did Labour lose the last General Election
They followed America in to a war like sheep.
Brown and Blair had more interest in them selves than the People.
They created a Mountain of Debt that our grandchildren will still be paying.
The money wasted on ID CARDS –Public surveillance –MP Allowance shame-etc. etc..
And to ice the cake their own chancellor said he would cut more than Thatcher,not once have i heard MILLIBAND offer policy, all they are doing is riding on Tory and Liberal Democrats failure.so Salford again follows and votes like sheep for faceless people wearing Labour Rosettes. Sad that people complain and vote for the same,The chief exec will carry on with a High Salary,Ian Stewart will carry on with a massive pay hike pushing Labours failed policy with no opposition,Cllr Merry will get a new Job and the rest of Labour will fight for what ever is left,special allowances and cabinet post. The sad part is in the next budget round what’s left to cut but services and peoples jobs. In Swinton South ASDA will be pushed through with no opposition, Burgess farm will get it’s BBC HOUSES Community charge will increase, housing benefit will take a hit and our roads will face more congestion and the mountain of debt will grow at the council, but Salford Labour can rest knowing there is no one to question their actions except for a few Tories who care little for Salford outside the boundaries of Worsley. So much for apathy in Salford.