Labour Streets ahead, Tories battered (after just 2 weeks!) in latest  IPSOS MORI poll | RevSoc

Yes that’s right the latest IPSOS MORI poll finds that Jeremy Corbyn and Labour are flying high with the electorate after just two weeks in opposition under Corbyn. The Tories have taken a battering and it’s what the press don’t want you to know.

Source: Labour Streets ahead, Tories battered (after just 2 weeks!) in latest  IPSOS MORI poll | RevSoc

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12 thoughts on “Labour Streets ahead, Tories battered (after just 2 weeks!) in latest  IPSOS MORI poll | RevSoc

      1. Mike Sivier Post author

        There are no references to an Atilla who led Labour.
        Of course, I’m familiar with Attila the Hun, but he was never a Labour leader.

  1. Jon

    That doesn’t help the people who are starving now from sanctions. I just went from high rate DLA and income support to jsa because of an assessors lies about a condition that can’t get any better but apparently I’m cured. The car goes in a few weeks even though Im appealing. I won’t be able to go to the shops and carry bags and won’t have enough to get it delivered because I’m supposed to shop In markets that I can’t walk to. They have managed to steal my pension and savings, then tax me on it in error. They admit maladministration costing me over £25000 and putting me to forced labour 24/7 while trying to recover from a stroke. Forced me to stop taking my medication, encouraged me to take crystal meth at 53yo to stay up all day and night to complete the tasks they demanded. Now they are trying to get me convicted for council tax fraud. I’ve done the ICE and tribunals and they gave me £350 as a” tangible apology ” then the staff ignore all of this and find other ways to torture me. All because I Complained about their attitude.
    if labour get in who can I hold accountable when/if I manage to get some support?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      If I were you, I’d be making a report to the UN over human rights abuses. Address is in a recent Vox Political article.

  2. mrmarcpc

    The link is still active isn’t it Mike? The right fear Corbyn as he is the complete opposite of them and have not yet dealed with him since they have been in power, Labour should’ve done but didn’t because they’re full of closet tories so were no threat at all and made the party a joke and unelectable, along comes Corbyn who can challenge them and they tried every dirty trick they could think of to scupper him, which backfired and only made him more popular, he won outright and the right can’t handle it, they now have a genuine rival to deal with in politics now and they can’t deal with it, he and others like him should expose the tories true colours and reveal all to the nation and finally have their eyes opened to what they’re really all about and what they’ve been getting away it, the British should then realise the truth and demand their heads, preferably on spikes!

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