Party finances in the news

For the Conservatives it’s the quitting of their next treasurer, David Rowland, whilst for Labour it’s John Prescott warning of the Labour facing bankrupcy (the context for which you can see in these graphs).

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5 Comments

  • paul barker 20th Aug '10 - 1:54pm

    Here I go again, predicting the collapse of The Labour Party. But seriously folks, its a real possibility & we need to think about how to react if it happens.
    If senior Labour figures are held personally liable then we may have to fight a slew of By-elections all at once.
    If some Labour MPs want to join us, are there any we dont want ?
    Is it acceptable for hundreds of MPs to sit for 3 or 4 years representing a different Party to the one they were elected for ? If not, do we have to consider bringing forward the GE ?

  • Dave Hennigan 20th Aug '10 - 3:19pm

    “If some Labour MPs want to join us, are there any we dont want ?”

    Phil Woolas

  • @Paul Barker

    I think Labour ceasing to exist overnight is fanciful at best.

  • paul barker 21st Aug '10 - 5:42pm

    mpg, that was what almost everybody thought about the Communist Empire of Central Europe. In any case its not overnight, the Labour debts have built up over a Decade but the MSM have shown almost no interest.

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