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Posts Tagged: Local Elections (general)
The Conservatives aim to be the largest group after May 5th – and then to build coalitions and deliver change.
While Labour are hit by deselections and defections the Conservatives are hoping to make gains.
The Lib Dems spending £536,000 of public money for Truro to be the EU City of Culture – for 2023 – is misguided.
Greg Taylor: King in the North – how Andy Burnham Could Put the Kybosh on the Tory Northern Revival.
His meat and potatoes family-values message plays well.
We have genuine hopes to be the lead party in a new administration.
The Single Transferable Vote (STV) system means that our supporters don’t need to anguish over “wasting” their vote.
We have a first class team – no paper candidates.
There is growing support for the Aberdeen Conservatives.
The public have noticed the potholes and crumbling surfaces caused by incompetent management.
They take place three months from tomorrow – as will Birmingham’s mayoral election and that Surrey council tax referendum.
Unionist voters are switching to the Scottish Conservatives.
Stewart Miller: East Renfrewshire Conservatives are challenging the SNP over Council Tax rises and the “Neverendum”
Local people also dislike the Council destroying local public parks and beauty spots.
Continued manoeuvrings for a second referendum on independence have gone down very badly indeed locally.
Labour have more councillors and that network gives them an advantage.