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1997-2015: Blairites/ Others lost 180 seats & 5mn voters
2017: Corbyn 12.8mn votes/ Gained 32
add first time voters (75% of those who vote, vote for Labour)
Subtract 2% of the population, 80% of whom vote Tories!
Labour Landslide on the cards!
Once we take into account first time voters- 16 or under at 2017
first time voters -never voted before, disenchanted by Blair years whilst
removing Tory support -loss of voters due to old age
=> Lab will gain 100+ seats from Tories alone
UK Adults: 55mn
Not on Register: 8.16mn
Registered to vote: 46.84mn
Votes Cast: 32.10mn
Did not vote: 14.74mn
Tory Vote share: 13.64mn
Labour Vote share: 12.88mn
Helping people to get registered & get them to vote will ensure Labour victory!
Whether we have a Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit,
Whether we exit on the 29th Mar, in June or in 2 years,
Whether we have a PeoplesVote with or without Remain option,
Tories will be for the few, Labour will always strive for the many
-May’s Bad Deal Twice
-Custom’s Union (narrowly)
-Extending Leave date
Parliament wants backstop renegotiated but EU will not negotiate without CU on the table!
Options to break this dead-lock:
Labour’s bespoke CU
-Challenging Austerity, Neoliberalism & Neoconservatism
-Forcing Tory govt backed by LibDems & now DUP to do 40 U-Turns
-Inflicted heavy defeats on May’s plan for her deal or No deal
-Building Consensus around a softer Brexit that will heal divisions
We’ve had indicative votes already
• Jeremy’s plan got 303 MPs
• No Deal got 200+ MPs
• May’s plan got 242 MPs
• 2nd Ref got your man & his dog backing
It’s quite clear, route to a majority support for a deal in HoC involves a Jeremy style deal
-41 of 54 marginal Tory seats (Eng+Wales) voted Leave
-36 of 48 marginal Lab seats in England+Wales voted Leave
-70% of LAB constituencies voted to Leave
-LABs 2017 manifesto was to respect EU ref
-LAB policy to exit SM & secure a bespoke CU deal
UK economy was forecasted to growth strongly pre Tory Austerity -
OBR 2010 budgetresponsibility.org.uk/docs/junebudge…
The Deficit Myth!
#ChangeIsComing #ForTheMany #Labourdoorstep
Tory govt propped by the LibDems screwed up big time!
Lab Moderate’s appeasement to RW media ensured a false narrative was created
- If you work an hour every two weeks you are classed as employed
- If you are a family carer you are classed as employed
- There are nearly 2m on zero hrs contracts
- There are 4.7m in working poverty
- Wages are lower now than in 2008
Also see below
Original Tweet: @LeftieStats
Party Vote Share 18-24
Lib Dem vote share amongst 18-24s (data from Ipsos MORI):
2010 ~ 30%
2015 ~ 5%
2017 ~ 5%
Labour vote share amongst 18-24s (data from Ipsos MORI):
2010 ~ 31%
2015 ~ 43%
2017 ~ 62%
IndyRef 2014: 1.60mn
GE 2015: 1.42mn
GE 2017: 0.97mn
Labour vote share was up from about 9mn to 12.8mn
SNP will continue to lose Socialists amongst its rank to the home of Socialism... Labour, Corbyn’s Labour!
BBC Projections based on Local Election 2018:
If this was a GE, Tories would’ve lost 38 seats.
Lab would’ve won 21 taking its tally to 283.
Lab would be the largest party in parliament & perhaps have come to power leading a coalition govt!
Self-employed: 80% deemed poor
17mn with less than £100 in their bank account
Pound down against other major currencies
Worst State Pension in OECD
Real income fallen by 10% since 2010
Home Ownership at just 63% low
Not meeting NATO defence spend of 2% of GDP
-LycaMobile Money Laundering
-Skripla Salisbury Attack
-Panama & Paradise Papers
-Brexit & GE15 result?
-Jeremy Hunt's 7 flats
-Oligarchs/Powerful Lobby influencing our Defence & Foreign Policy
-Missing Child abuse files