Thursday, March 17, 2011

Red Ed Miliband is just as unpopular as Nick Clegg, ‘new’ generation of Labour Party flounders, how can he be more unpopular than Clegg?

Dear All

I like a laugh some times.

Today I have found what must be a gem.

Ed Miliband is just as unpopular as Nick Clegg.

Both Miliband and Clegg are disliked by 51% of the public; this is the data of an Ispo-Mori finding.

For Red Ed Miliband who wittered that he was the ‘new’ generation this is a major blow to his standing.

To be place next to Clegg is seriously bad news.

Clegg is one of the worst traitors in British public life in the last 40 years, a total sell out.

Ed Miliband has tried to build a narrative that New Labour is gone and new generation is here, buoyed up by a couple of by-election victories.

But they were in put up a donkey in a red rosette and they’ll vote Labour seats.

Despite trying to portray this as momentum it wasn’t.

With Red Ed so unpopular and no narrative worth consideration, the Labour Party has been put in the position that they picked the wrong Miliband.

David Miliband is still fighting the leadership contest if the Labour Party are interested.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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