Labour policies at last

(3 Posts)
JustinBsMum Sat 21-Sep-13 17:39:18

I was wondering what Labour would come up with when it finally declared its policies and this looks like a vote winner to me. Plus the promises of cost of living help should be popular.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-24179739

They were just biding their time so that they could gradually increase their support up to the next election.

meditrina Sat 21-Sep-13 17:44:41

What you've linked doesn't include any Labour policies (just Cooper saying they'd "think" about some issues).

Did you mean to link something else?

The only policy I've seen is rescinding of "bedroom tax" (but without anything on how to make it affordable). Presumably there's more to come, but for heaven's sake, when?

That Labour can only level peg with Tories in the polls at present, when they ought to be miles ahead, is pretty damning. Don't they realise people are fed up of waiting?

NicholasTeakozy Sat 21-Sep-13 21:36:25

Genuine lol at The only policy I've seen is rescinding of "bedroom tax" (but without anything on how to make it affordable)

Seeing as the 'Spare Room Supplement' is going to end up costing us far more in the long run. Heck, even the short run. Evicting people from social housing to stick them in B&Bs or private rentals is going to cost a fortune. But hey!, it doesn't count, poor people are expendable. Google Max Keiser for that reference btw.

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