Mon Dec 9th, 2019 at 10:31:12 AM EST
Simple election slogans is quite often the clue to an election victory. PR and personality Trumps policy and honesty. Examples: "It's the economy stupid" - "Make America Great Again" - "Let's Get Brexit Done". Labour and Jeremy Corbyn are too often on the defensive which is a poor campaign strategy.
What's Corbyn's catchy campaign slogan which doesn't start with: "We are not ....".
The election is NOT about Brexit but about a decade of austerity for the masses after Tory failure and bailout of the banks.
Contrary to the 2017 election, in today's poll it's not Labour closing the gap, but the Tories widening their margin by two points. Will harsh and wet weather be Corbyn's biggest asset on Wednesday ... a very poor performance.
Britain's austerity program saw dramatic cuts to welfare spending and public services
Remember: it's austerity, not Europe, that broke Britain | The Guardian Opinion |
It's hard to credit Johnson's appeal to left-behind voters when it was the party that chose to leave them behind
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Which Labour leadership candidate has the best slogan? | Contest June 2015 |
Remember David Cameron’s 2015 pre-election warnings of chaos ...
Catchy slogans win elections and Labour might just have one
Yet, in my opinion Labour and Corbyn lacked clarity, certainly on television and during the debates.