A case of the nerves 2013

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A case of the nerves 2013

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2013 2013 2013 It must be a depressing time for Conservative and Labour leaders as the next general election looms large on the strategy agenda.<br /><br />Nerves are showing. The <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/aug/09/labour-risks-defeat-coalition-warns-andy-burnham"><b>Guardian</b></a> has shadow health minister Andy Burnham complaining that the party isn't shouting loudly enough to put forward a coherent challenge. Whatever satisfaction is gained at tory HQ over his frustration is likely to be short-lived. Despite recent political buoyancy and a good slap-down for the "incredible disappearing shadow cabinet", discontent within Conservative ranks is also bubbling. An article in the <a href="http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/matthewholehouse/100230456/tory-footsoldiers-are-deserting-the-battlefield-it-could-cost-them-the-election/"><b>Telegraph</b></a> talks of membership dropping to half that of Labour's.<br /><br />No-one seems to be talking much about the Lib Dems but just like the others, the problem for them is that they are struggling to match the appeal of UKIP as a political alternative in the minds of voters.<br /><br />As much as Cameron, Miliband and Clegg dismiss the hotch-potch policies of the independence party, the <a href="http://cdn.yougov.com/cumulus_uploads/document/1v0a2zc7v1/YG-Archive-Pol-Sun-results-080813.pdf"><b>latest polls</b></a> tell a dispiriting story for the three party leaders.&nbsp;Labour's lead has been cut to 4 percent &nbsp;but the votes are not automatically going back to the ConDems.&nbsp;Nigel Farage's party continues to register 12% support and with the advent of next year's European elections, the only way his figures are likely to go is up, according to the pundits.<br /><br />Conservatives in particular are struggling with how to win back support. The more they pander to the soft-racist platform with mobile adverts encouraging illegal immigrants to go home, the more they&nbsp;empower their own <a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/gregory-lauderfrost-exposed-the-tory-fringe-group-leader-with-nazi-sympathies-8755093.html"><b>right-wing tendency</b></a>. Labour has a different problem which has more to do with the inadequacy of the person delivering their message - and as the nerves mount so does the potential for mistakes.<br> 2013 2013 2013 <br>It must be a depressing time for Conservative and Labour leaders as the next general election looms large on the strategy agenda.<br /><br />Nerves are showing. The <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/aug/09/labour-risks-defeat-coalition-warns-andy-burnham"><b>Guardian</b></a> has shadow health minister Andy Burnham complaining that the party isn't shouting loudly enough to put forward a coherent challenge. Whatever satisfaction is gained at tory HQ over his frustration is likely to be short-lived. Despite recent political buoyancy and a good slap-down for the "incredible disappearing shadow cabinet", discontent within Conservative ranks is also bubbling. An article in the <a href="http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/matthewholehouse/100230456/tory-footsoldiers-are-deserting-the-battlefield-it-could-cost-them-the-election/"><b>Telegraph</b></a> talks of membership dropping to half that of Labour's.<br /><br />No-one seems to be talking much about the Lib Dems but just like the others, the problem for them is that they are struggling to match the appeal of UKIP as a political alternative in the minds of voters.<br /><br />As much as Cameron, Miliband and Clegg dismiss the hotch-potch policies of the independence party, the <a href="http://cdn.yougov.com/cumulus_uploads/document/1v0a2zc7v1/YG-Archive-Pol-Sun-results-080813.pdf"><b>latest polls</b></a> tell a dispiriting story for the three party leaders.&nbsp;Labour's lead has been cut to 4 percent &nbsp;but the votes are not automatically going back to the ConDems.&nbsp;Nigel Farage's party continues to register 12% support and with the advent of next year's European elections, the only way his figures are likely to go is up, according to the pundits.<br /><br />Conservatives in particular are struggling with how to win back support. The more they pander to the soft-racist platform with mobile adverts encouraging illegal immigrants to go home, the more they&nbsp;empower their own <a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/gregory-lauderfrost-exposed-the-tory-fringe-group-leader-with-nazi-sympathies-8755093.html"><b>right-wing tendency</b></a>. Labour has a different problem which has more to do with the inadequacy of the person delivering their message - and as the nerves mount so does the potential for mistakes.<br>2013 2013 2013 <br> <a href="http://www.matrixar.com/" title="Matrix ">المصفوفة : أجمل الخلفيات والصور</a>

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