Monthly Archives: May 2014

E Midlands and Broxtowe results

As promised, just a quick update: UKIP were top in E Mids generally by 368000 to 291000 for the Conservatives and 279000 for Labour, producing a 2/2/1 seat result as I predicted some weeks ago. Labour fell 1% short of … Continue reading

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Ashcroft poll puts Labour 16% ahead in Broxtowe

    Hi all, A busy week with the Euro elections, which I think most people expect UKIP to win quite comfortably – I’ll report on the results after the count tomorrow, but lots of voters told me they were … Continue reading

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The European election

Hi all, You may have received my newsletter about the elections (see http://www.broxtowelabour.com/2014/05/14/answering-your-questions-about-the-euro-elections/ for some of the key points) so I’ll just add a few final thoughts, if I may: 1. Whatever your views, please vote. The European Parliament has … Continue reading

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The tram: some specific dates at last!

          Hi all, Some specifics at last! Road opening and tram date predictions I’ve been avoiding passing on the daily ups and downs of tram predictions, since the frequency of unexpected hitches was making each forecast … Continue reading

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Two major events this week

We have a big Labour event on Thursday and a big non-partisan Beeston Civic Society event on Friday. I hope to see many of you at either or both! Stand Up for Labour on Thursday May 8 This is a … Continue reading

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