Labour got vote of no confidence from the people

Ed Miliband gives a speech after holding onto his seat in Doncaster North, hours before quitting as party leader
Ed Miliband gives a speech after holding onto his seat in Doncaster North, hours before quitting as party leader
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THE ordinary working voters of the UK gave Labour a vote of no confidence. Just couldn’t trust Miliband and Balls with the country’s credit cards once again.

Even Tony Blair’s apologist in chief, Alistair Campbell, in answer to an audience question on Friday night’s Question Time special conceded that it was preposterous to attempt to borrow the country out of debt.

We, the voters, got that. The whole of England is blue except for the socialist enclaves of the North East, Wales and Scotland.

I voted UKIP, as did 3.9 million others, to

get one MP. It will be an interesting five years with SNPs Alistair Salmond in London with 55 colleagues.

Here in South Shields we will continue

to be driven deeper into the ground by our dictatorial Labour council.

Month on month our local MPs will use their Gazette columns to whine and whinge while doing absolutely nothing useful.  

Meanwhile I will keep checking the queue at Colmans to see if David Miliband has sneaked back to be crowned his ‘backstabbing’ brother’s successor

Colin Campbell,

Cleadon.