Category Archives: Local Elections 2018

Labour and Tories left in stalemate after local election

Disappointing election results for Labour gives the Tories new found confidence but still no clear advantage Everyone in London was expecting a “red wave” from Corbyn’s momentum campaign, whether Labour had become complacent after the gains in 2017 or their message just didn’t stick is not certain. Though we can say that the Conservative party and the Labour party have once

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Trash talk in Ealing

Could issues with rubbish endanger Labour’s gains in the local elections Back in 2016 the Ealing council (like many other councils in London) instituted wheelie bins for the borough and switched to an alternate/fortnightly collection of rubbish. According to Ealing’s council website the reasoning was “Wheelie bins make it easier to recycle and stop foxes and rats ripping open sacks.

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Tories facing collapse in London

The Conservatives will probably dodge “utter disaster” despite Labour’s swing. As of the 26th April, the voting intentions for London are 29% Conservative, 51% Labour and 11% Liberal Democrat, though Labour will be making major gains according to most analysts there will be a few boroughs that will be tough for Labour to break through. Westminster and Wandsworth which have been

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