Prelude to a general election in UK
Gordon Brown has insisted he did not need "pyrotechnics" or "superficialities" to win the General Election. Gordon Brown suggested the Tory leader would be found out before May 6 by a "very discerning" British public.
The facts clearly indicate it’s a very bad time concerning a general election for the New Labour party seemingly there red rose motive has wilted. This being due to a very recessed <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />Britain and there is lack of trust due to proven corruption amongst the ranks of New Labour. Gordon Brown’s economical plan the stimulant he sold to the G8 that was indorsed by George Bush then implemented at the same time as Brown. Seemingly has not kicked in even though the stock markets show a recovery is due.
Gordon Brown’s predecessor Tony Blair actions of lying and the cash for titles scandal has not been forgotten by the British public. The fact that troops are still deployed and fighting for US interest adds to New Labour’s problem of getting re-elected.
David Cameron only worry is the third party the Liberals blocking the way for a conservative majority in parliament. This opinion has been related to me by one of the conservative researchers last week.
My opinion is that the Conservatives will end up with more than 30 seat majority. One point I noted on their manifesto is they mean to cut the seats in the House of Commons of which I thought was rather crafty. Though politics in UK is not as dirty as that seen in USA it can get dirty sometimes. Cutting seats could be away of manipulating majority numbers in the commons.
Gordon Brown has stated that he will still lead New Labour as the shadow prime minister if his party loses the election. But I have a feeling there will be some back stabbing going on and a new face will be chosen.