Closet Tory Liam Byrne is cosying up to the Coalition – and will cost Labour the next election
‘Creepy’ Liam Byrne
Liam Byrne wants Labour to adopt Conservative policies but carry them out in a different way. Why would anyone vote for that?
Now what’s that creepy Liam Byrne up to?
The Torygraph has claimed this is Labour’s “strongest backing yet” for Universal Credit.
Is Ed Miliband, as Labour’s leader, blind to the amount of damage this will do to his party?
Reblogged from Closet Tory Liam Byrne is cosying up to the Coalition – and will cost Labour the next election. 1,129 words.
Written by Smiling Carcass
21/08/2013 at 1:07 PM
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