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Trots' Corner

It looks as though we all missed the big story last week. It was not our lot winning 900 odd seats, or Labour and the Lib Dems getting stung, or even the SNP winning in Scotland, but rather the Trots / Burka Alliance Respect's showing:

Three seats, in Preston, Brum and Bolsover, with the winning candidate in Preston reckoning:

The vote in Preston shows that Respect can win and increase its majority by representing people and showing that another world is possible.”

And the revolution's only a t-shirt away.

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Anonymous a. blair said... 4:39 pm

The (fake) Greens have been celebrating going from 93 to 119 seats. Ignoring the more important Scotch loss of 5.

But at the rate of 26 per election, how long will it take them to become the largest party?

as told to this guy  



Anonymous IanCroydon said... 3:22 pm

Being the largest party has nothing to with it, they are already determining energy policy in Scotland with only 2 MSPs.

"The Scottish Greens represent a substantial body of opinion in Scotland, regardless of MSP numbers," (Alex Salmond, on signing a kingmaker agreement with Scottish Greens).  



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