May 6, 2006

WOULD THAT BE A SHIFT-EATING GRIN?:

Poll backlash puts Labour back in third place after English elections (GERRI PEEV, 5/06/06, The Scotsman)

A grinning Mr Cameron embarked on a victory parade to boroughs his party had regained after years in exile. "We are on our way back," he said. "We are building support at a time when Labour's is collapsing."

The party had "broadened its appeal under my leadership", but there was still work to do in northern English cities, such as Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle, where it had faltered.

"I think we see a Labour Party that is in some sort of serious meltdown, with people coming straight from Labour to the Conservatives."

Conservatives "can really challenge the government for power at the next election", Mr Cameron added.

Posted by Orrin Judd at May 6, 2006 9:15 AM
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