Agony for Labour as it falls further behind in the polls WHEN THE TORIES ARE IN TROUBLE

Read it and weep:

That’s right: Labour has fallen to 11 points behind the Conservatives, according to that most accurate of pollsters, Survation.

This is at a time when Boris Johnson is embattled over racism, over plans to privatise the NHS, criminalise the RNLI, and withdraw funding for overseas aid. Those are just topics I recall off the top of my head.

Keir Starmer is continuing to lose ground to a party, and a leader, that continues to demonstrate that it is unfit for government.

If he can’t make any headway against Johnson’s incompetence, racism and, let’s face it, sheer malevolence, then he’s not going to win any general elections.

He needs to give up before he does Labour any more damage. But we all know he won’t, don’t we?

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4 thoughts on “Agony for Labour as it falls further behind in the polls WHEN THE TORIES ARE IN TROUBLE

  1. sjenks2014

    Starmer HAS to go…. he’s utterly USELESS, simply as that!
    if i was such a BLATANT liability in my job, then obv i be sacked… how come he ain’t?

    obv the membership voted for his unfulfilled LIES, but ‘we don’t get fooled again!’ TFR Comrades!

  2. Chris Phillips

    This is because many supporters of Palestine have stopped supporting Labour.

    WHAT the figures do not show is the numbers not supporting ANY PARTY, and will not vote.
    THOSE figures are most important when looking at these figures.
    ALSO the questions should ask WHY people are not voting.

  3. disabledgrandad

    Well, this is what happens when you sh!t all over the ideology of the party. Stand for nothing…Have no policies just waffle on about any old crap that some sodding focus group says is trending.

    This cult of new Labour 2.0 cancer has taken over the old Labour party and desperately tied to remove socialism this is the result.

    No sympathy!

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