In 24 hours time the pollling stations will be open. As we enter the last day I have been busy speaking with our campaign teams and out campaigning speaking to voters.
Yesterday we had a visit from Chris Grayling the Shadow Home Secretary who paid a flying visit as part of his tour of the North West. With former Prime Minister Tony Blair also in town reminding people of the difference between himself and our current Prime Minister it was not too great a surprise that the television cameras were focused elsewhere.
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As expected david nuttall failed miserably to hold a PROPER public meeting to answer to the voters of bury, but why am i not surprised, i did not think he had the guts and i have been proved right. Why didn’t he inform me and the people of bury that cameron was coming, i’lll tell you why, he was afraid the tories would be shown up and get short shrift from bury folk. If, god help us cameron gets into no 10 the british people will soon find out who the tories will look after, yes thats right, the rich and priveliged, people who have never done a proper days work in their lives but expect the rest of us to work longer and then get a measely pension to exist on.Mark my words EVERYTHING will go up because they will say they didn’t know how bad things were or they will use the climate change trick, which does not exist, to jack up fuel prices and road tax hike to stop people using their cars. please people of bury do not be conned by the party who ALWAYS look after their own, the tories. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
Thanks for your comment. Just to clarify, I took part in two public meetings; one in Ramsbottom and one in Bury; along with the Labour and Liberal Democrat Candidates.
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