posted on Sep, 22 2009 @ 07:32 AM
There's every possibility that this current ''New'' labour would take onwards of a decade to evetually pull back and earn any credibility. As
someone quite rightly argued, they would have to go back to basics.
Unfortunately, while I do sympathise those folk living in constituencies with confortable seatings in a majority, things don't change much at all.
I'm not altogether convinced by people who persist to claim of Conservative's tandem derivatives with ''New'' Labour. Similarity on localised
policy, yes, maybe, but the Torries are going in a different direction.
Conspiracy aside [because I've yet to witness hard-evidence of them ermerging into post-modern neo-fascism as some bloody idiots would claim on here]
Torries would actually make a great improvement on the general standard of life in Britian as a whole. Labour has failed because of the quality [or
lack-thereof] of candidates...not on its policies in general, fundamental policy of the party were long undermind to make way for the status-quo, by
incompetence - not bad policy.
[edit on 22-9-2009 by BAZ752]