Tuesday 16 December 2014

Red Ed: Man In The Middle

Labour has 12-point leads on the NHS and on keeping down the cost of everyday items.

UKIP has a huge 21-point lead on immigration, but that party died in the last week, with the killer blow administered on television last night by Nigel Farage himself.

Yesterday, the Conservatives, the Lib Dems and UKIP either voted against saving the English firefighters' pensions or did not turn up.

Today, they did the same on equal pay for women.

Tomorrow, and despite UKIP policy the last time that Farage was invited to make one up on the hoof, they will do the same on the bedroom tax.

The Left-Right economic split has always been more definitive of politics than anything else ever has been.

It is now more obviously central to a General Election campaign than at any time in a good generation.

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