Thursday, 7 May 2009

The 'Con' in Conservative

What will be the story of the 2009 Euro elections? Clearly, there will be a massive anti-Labour reaction, as this government's power and influence ebbs away, with no sense of public regret. But who will benefit politically?

Will it be the BNP? Entirely possible.

Will it be the Green Party? I hope so, if Morning Star readers have anything to do with it. Apart from the Green Party's push for huge numbers of jobs in the new green industries, the Greens are making a determined push to keep the BNP out www.stopnickgriffin.org.uk.

Or will it be something altogether more mundane? Will the British people signal that they intend to return the Conservatives to power next year by handing the Tories a landslide victory next month?

Click here for full article in the Morning Star

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What will be the story of the 2009 Euro elections? Clearly, there will be a massive anti-Labour reaction, as this government's power and influence ebbs away, with no sense of public regret. But who will benefit politically?

Will it be the BNP? Entirely possible.

Will it be the Green Party? I hope so, if Morning Star readers have anything to do with it. Apart from the Green Party's push for huge numbers of jobs in the new green industries, the Greens are making a determined push to keep the BNP out www.stopnickgriffin.org.uk.

Or will it be something altogether more mundane? Will the British people signal that they intend to return the Conservatives to power next year by handing the Tories a landslide victory next month?

Click here for full article in the Morning Star

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