Ipsos-MORI Apr 30, 2018 20:26:53 GMT
Post by pepperminttea on Apr 30, 2018 20:26:53 GMT
I doubt most did of their own accord but surely Labour would have been pushing it as a line of attack? The Lib Dems certainly would if it was the other way round.
the resignation hasn't bothered voters so much. Im not sure they noticed. But there are a few voters upset about cuts and theres been a bit of a squeeze.
priceofdawn 's mum). The national situation is also far better for Labour than it was this time last year whilst the Lib Dems are stuck approximately where they were. The Tories should also theoretically be competitive here and are running a district councillor from Marshalswick South (the other half of St Albans North) but in practice have a habit of underperforming here and so I would be pretty surprised if they won.