Why vote Labour?

by Neil Gordon Kinnock

Publisher: NCLC Pub. Society in London

Written in English
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  • Labour Party (Great Britain)

Edition Notes

StatementNeil Kinnock, Nick Butler Toby Harris.
ContributionsButler, Nick., Harris, Toby.
LC ClassificationsJN1129.L32
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19638655M
ISBN 100716350122

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‘Anyway, here are my reasons for voting Labour, and it is all about their policies. But first, a quick word why you shouldn’t consider voting Tory or LibDem We’ve had nine years of Tory and LibDem austerity, that has seen the very wealthiest get even richer, as well as allowing the biggest companies and polluters to avoid paying tax.

Exploring the party's key policies, agendas and traditional commitments, with case studies and contributions from experts and members of the public, Why Vote Labour will prove invaluable in helping you decide where to place your vote on 7 May.

On personal rather than party grounds, I even voted Labour in for an excellent constituency MP and public servant, Meg Hillier in Hackney South and Shoreditch. (It’s a tribute to her, and not to Corbyn, that she won almost 80 per cent of the vote, with a majority just shy of 38,).

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Because a vote for Labour is a vote to help the most vulnerable in our country. Only Labour will reverse brutal welfare policies such as the Bedroom Tax, benefit sanctions and fit. Main reasons why people voted Labour By far the most commonly given main reason (28%) for voting Labour was support for the party’s policies or its manifesto.

Anti-Conservative sentiment (15%) was the second most commonly given reason for voting for the party, with a further 4% of Labour voters citing Theresa May specifically as their top. Why Vote Labour is a book about the future.

It is about the future we choose for our country, about how Britain makes its way in the modern world, and the society we aspire to be in years to come.

At its heart is a simple premise: our country is on the wrong path and in desperate need of change. My own admission of political naivety is that the first time I was allowed to vote (in as a 21 year old) I voted Liberal (influenced by my mother.

Though it is worth noting we both went on to vote Labor ever after). I have been known to give Labor my vote via the Greens, when there was a suitable candidate, but that was rare.

Why I won't vote Labour. Novem a Shadow Cabinet Minister would have to say. I felt as though I could have conversations with people – explaining why I am not a member of the Labour Party, and they would listen and to some extent, accept my response.

However well other parties do, it is still the case that the next Government will almost certainly either be Labour or Conservative. Such a Government may depend on the votes of others in coalition, but it is virtually impossible for these others to themselves form a Government.

For this reason, it is crucial to focus on Labour. Labour has a radical transformative programme. There are good individuals in the party of course, and I am hoping Iain Duncan Smith gets the Michael Portillo moment of this election.

For anyone interested in how leading Labour MPs see policy developing in the run-up to the General Electionthis slim volume has it all. What Labour needs now are the organisers and the activists in the seats Labour needs to win to form a majority Government.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Polling traditionally shows that a majority of young people vote Labour. This year, the proportion has jumped to 63% for year-olds, according to YouGov. The party would tell you that if you want to tuition fees abolished, train companies privatised and to at least keep open the possibility of staying in the single market, then you should vote.

This May 1st literally millions of people are going to vote Labour. A party set up over one hundred years ago to represent the interests of the working class but who have, in government, overseen war, privatisation, the criminalisation of the poor, the erosion of civil liberties and increasing favouritism towards the super rich.

The final significant element that lead to a drop in Labour’s vote share is tactical voting. There was a lot of discussion of tactical voting in this campaign, with pro-Remain websites pushing people towards it in order to stop Brexit.

In total, 10% of voters said this was the main reason they didn’t vote for Labour this time around. Why Labour lost — and what it means for Britain. the Tory vote share fell by four points and Labour’s fell by seven,” the FT said in its analysis.

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To find out more about these cookies, see our privacy notice. Accept. Here are 10 reasons why you should vote for a Labour government on 8 June. Read them, pass them on and vote Labour ↓. Why I vote Labor. Ma ; Written by: Michael Taylor 96 Replies; Image from Category: News and Politics permalink; Tagged under: ATSIC, Australian Labor Party, Gillard Government, Gough Whitlam, John Kerr, LNP; Michael Taylor ; I first wrote this popular post midbut with the election this year I took the liberty of updating it and.

Labour’s dramatic victory of was built upon a shift in the composition of the Labour vote: more middle class, more concentrated in the home counties. In the s, Ukip’s rise was widely.

Younger voters are more likely to vote for Labour than the Conservatives, but it transpires that this is especially true of women. According to. Remember why you’ve always voted Labour. If Britain leaves with Johnson’s deal on 31 January there’ll certainly be a strong sense of relief. But it will be short-lived.

W hy would anyone not vote Labour? If person A knocks on your door and offers you £1, no questions asked, and person B offers £, why.

At the same time, the Liberal Democrats are fighting a weak campaign, which will help the Tories in some places but should also allow Labour to hold on to more of its remain vote. Still, the.Vote Labour. likes 3 talking about this. Vote Labour for a greater Britain, a Britain that is fair and supports all not just the rich.

We need a Labour government to stop our NHS being sold off.