Monday, 7 May 2007
Sunday Political Analysis on Bank Holiday Monday
After the Local Council Elections, Great Britain can be seen as becoming a divided nation. The Scots and Welsh don't want to be governed by Westminster anymore. The South of England favours the Conservatives and Labour maintained and gained support in The North. The Lib-Dems small amount of support is all over the place, and The Green Party gained seats in some councils. The major victory is that the BNP not only failed to break through in new areas but lost seats they had previously gained. How this will be reflected at the next General Election will depend on what New Labour does and doesn't do. But remember: WE ARE THE PEOPLE! and as the Newtown Neurotics said when they wanted to Kick Out The Tories; "DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING THAT YOU READ IN THE PRESS"