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Has anyone every heard as much nonsense as we’ve had on the national media after the local elections on Thursday?

They’re pretending that Labour had a disastrous result and my advice is: Don’t believe a word of it!

Labour was predicted to win 51 per cent of the vote in polls published before voting started – in fact, that party won slightly more than 53 per cent of the seats available.

It was an increase of 77 seats, meaning the number of Labour-held council seats is at a new post-war high point.

By contrast, the Conservatives won 30 per cent of the seats available – a reduction of 33 councillors.

And we’re being asked to believe the parties are neck-and-neck!

It isn’t realistic. If you hear anybody saying Labour did badly and the Tories did well, those people are lying to you and should be treated with suspicion in the future.

Check the numbers yourself from now on because you certainly won’t get any sense from the mainstream media.


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