Labour Party hits new low

Following another disastrous week for Labour, the latest poll shows that the Labour party has slumped to its lowest level of support since opinion polls began.

The BPIX/Mail on Sunday poll shows the following

Conservatives - 45 per cent
Labour - 23 per cent
Lib Dems - 17 per cent

This is now a desperate position for any party and the worst showing for Labour since 1943.

Of course, desperate times call for desperate measures and as I have stated before, I expect the next election to be one of the dirtiest on record.

Damian McBride has temporarily left the building but many of his acolytes remain. In Wales, the website Aneurin Glyndwr has already set the tone for this and has little constructive to say in terms of policy since its creation, focusing instead on the class war against 'Toff Dave'.

Reflecting its leader's style of politics, this Labour website allows no comments, no discussion and remains a pravda-like series of propagandist press releases that do little for political debate in Wales and seems largely an online ego-trip for its creators.

Of course, refusal to allow any debate doesn't stop their shrinking coterie of supporters from attacking other blogs and during my stay away in Asia, their follower (s) posted the usual tripe on this website which I have had no option to delete, despite someone anonymous commentator trying to come to my defence.

If Welsh Labour really want a proper debate on policies, then they should open up their main website to discussion. I am sure that all of us from the other parties would welcome the opportunity to take part.

However, I ain't holding my breath.

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