Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas and a Happy new year
to those who like me and to those who don't


Friday, December 23, 2011

Ed Balls says voters will turn to Labour on economy


Ed Balls has claimed that the autumn statement, in which the government was forced to admit that its deficit reduction plans were badly off course, will prove to be a game-changer that will see voters increasingly turn to Labour.
The shadow chancellor says he believes his party is  

ahead of the electorate on the issue, 

and will reap the benefits in 2012.
 Balls said the public has not yet fully understood that the government plan is not working, or even delivering on its own terms of balancing the books by 2015. He said it would take time to filter through.

 Services data indicates a weak start to the fourth quarter and raises the chances that Britain has already entered recession

The Future is Labour


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Labour First Minister demands meeting
with Cameron to discuss EU treaty changes.
 Carwyn Jones and Another said the 
devolved administrations had been
excluded from decisions on European matters.

Yes a First minister who fights
for what is right for his People
and not just to destroy a nation.
One who seeks be a uniter.
Unlike the divider trouble maker
from the snp.

Whilst the Labour man goes to
work for the good of all the UK
and Cymru.
Another goes to find ways to cause
dissension and strife and exasperate
the situation to further his separatist

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Just to cheer up the  cyberNats

From the sunday times poll

And which of the following things do you think
would do most to improve the morale of the
in the year ahead?

The England football team winning Euro 2012

Made me laugh ha ha ha

there you go we are all English now not even British.
well in football anyway
And the Torys yes the Torys are ahead of the snp
 in Westminster voting intentions now

Cons 26%
snp 23%
Labour 39 %   well in front as usual

snp to pro E.U For most Scots

7Look at the following list of areas, and in each       PAGE 7
one say whether you think rules in that area
should be decided by the British government,
should be decided by the European Union, or
should be shared between the European Union
and the British government

The surprising thing is The Scots by around 60%
said  the British Government should make the final

Obviously they did not want not the snp Government

to be the final  decider
Not a good result for the snp then