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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead 21:03 - Jun 27 with 665 viewstractordownsouth

... in the "Who would make the best PM?" poll


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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 22:25 - Jun 27 with 567 viewsRyorry

JC - nearly 13 years - that's shocking (if it's correct).

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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 22:59 - Jun 27 with 542 viewstractordownsouth

First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 22:25 - Jun 27 by Ryorry

JC - nearly 13 years - that's shocking (if it's correct).


Yep - ever since Brown’s honeymoon ended. Even in 2010-14, when Labour were consistently polling above the Conservatives, Miliband was always seen less favourably than Cameron.

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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 23:57 - Jun 27 with 502 viewsClapham_Junction

A damning indictment of the British electorate more than anything else IMO.

(not that any further evidence was really required after the last 5-10 years)
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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 00:05 - Jun 28 with 489 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Its largely irrelevant though.

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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:42 - Jun 28 with 371 viewsBlueBadger

First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 22:59 - Jun 27 by tractordownsouth

Yep - ever since Brown’s honeymoon ended. Even in 2010-14, when Labour were consistently polling above the Conservatives, Miliband was always seen less favourably than Cameron.


What's most depressing is that both of those two featherweights look like giants of statesmanship compared to most of what we've seen ove rthe past five years.

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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:45 - Jun 28 with 362 viewsjimmyvet

First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 00:05 - Jun 28 by Marshalls_Mullet

Its largely irrelevant though.


Maybe but at least now there is some type of opposition so that is a positive step forward. But as you point out this govt have an 80 seat majority thanks to Corbyn and his cronies and they can do pretty much anything they like for next 4 years.
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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:48 - Jun 28 with 356 viewsvapour_trail

First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:45 - Jun 28 by jimmyvet

Maybe but at least now there is some type of opposition so that is a positive step forward. But as you point out this govt have an 80 seat majority thanks to Corbyn and his cronies and they can do pretty much anything they like for next 4 years.


Thanks to the clueless chinless fckwits who walked into a polling booth and put an X into a box that proposed a Boris Johnson led administration.

Own it.

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First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:57 - Jun 28 with 334 viewsjeera

First time since October 2007 that a Labour leader has been ahead on 10:48 - Jun 28 by vapour_trail

Thanks to the clueless chinless fckwits who walked into a polling booth and put an X into a box that proposed a Boris Johnson led administration.

Own it.


It's funny how many people were forced to vote for the mess we have in government and seemingly had no say in their own decisions.

Still, at least we've found the magic money tree under this lot.

The way they've been splashing the cash about makes Corbyn look a bit conservative, so we must be richer than we realised.

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