After the UK local elections… and some projections…

The Cedar Lounge Revolution

Thought this interesting, from and an assessment of the local elections last week which notes:

Despite this morning’s Tory swagger, they are precariously placed – if these results were applied at parliamentary level, the Conservatives would lose their ability to govern with the DUP, their only viable Brexit allies. The party is a long way from landing the secure majority that has eluded them for the last 25 years.
Labour look similarly adrift. They are well capable of taking enough seats to govern in an unstable alliance, but were they to gain every target seat up to Nuneaton, they would barely have more seats than John Major secured in 1992 – the precursor to five years of chaos. Last night Labour lost votes and seats to the Tories in Nuneaton. They even shed seats to the Tories in Pudsey. Nuneaton is 81 on Labour’s target list; Pudsey is number…

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