Thoughts on politics and life from a liberal perspective

Sunday, 25 April 2010

Other Reckonings - 25th April 2010

  • Alex Massie thinks that Cameron's "six month rule" idea is a daft gimmick.
  • John Rentoul draws our attention to something that keeps getting forgotten. Labour are pretty consistently in third place in the polls.
  • And in fact as Mark Pack write on LDV, Labour might actually get their worst share of the vote not just since 1983, but 1918!
  • Ewan Hoyle points out that the Telegraph's "expose" of Nick Clegg's previous eminently sensible comments on drugs policy simply echo what their own political darling David Cameron said around the same time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As ever Mark, thanks for bring those up!

Agree with the point on Labour - its remarkable that they're (virtually) in third for every poll.

It would be astonishing if they did slip to third in the popular vote, even more reason for PR...