Monday, 27 August 2007

Will the Conservatives win the next Election?


One commenter (Strapworld) on Iain Dale's blog is predicting that the next set of polls will show that the Brown Bounce has gone flat. Personally I'm sure the Conservatives will win the next Election. What do you think, is Brown's bubble about to burst, and will the Conservatives win the next Election?

7 comments:

Harry Haddock said...

No, I suspect t will be a hung parliament followed by a sordid little deal between Nu Lab and the Fib Dems.

Alfie said...

Brown's political health depends upon Salmond's bounce, I think. If there is anything going to disuade Brown from bolting for an early election it is Salmond's continuing popularity. Without the home banker of Scotland - and the poodolic tendency of their Westminster MPs, Brown the plastic Englishman will be a busted flush.

albion said...

Does it make any difference who wins?England is a forgotten land,and I mean England and not Britain.I thought the Conservatives might save us, but they are all a bunch of traitors,not a patriot among them

Grendel said...

Bloody well hope so!

Jeremy Jacobs said...

depends on UKIP

Daily Referendum said...

Have a word with yourself Jeremy!

UKIP?

Anonymous said...

I think that the conservative and labour have their our up to their knees in mud as a result of the MP's expenses issue. Cameron's call for a general election may leave him a little surprised if called as I think that most right thinking people will vote for none of them. They are a bunch of scoundrels Cameron included his party are as guilty as labour and he is in no position to talk! The sacrifical lamb (Speaker of the House) has been sacrificed to save Brown and Cameron but will it.