Monday, 28 September 2009

Labour to attack Tory councils

Labour is planning a verbal assault on Tory councils in an attempt to land a blow on the national party.

The tactic – to be launched by John Denham tomorrow – was set in motion after David Cameron said that if the country wanted to know what a Tory Government would be like, they should look at Conservative councils.

“We’re taking them up on that,” said a Labour source to LD earlier.

The party hopes that by pointing to cuts made by Tories at a local level they can convince voters that the Conservatives are a party of meanies who want to throw people out of their council homes through blind ideology.

The dividing line, of course, is that Labour on the other hand is the party that wants to make the world a better place.

The assault on Tory authorities is something we are going to be hearing more and more of in coming weeks.

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