Thursday, 3 December 2015

Rod Liddle says Oldham voters ready to ditch Labour for Ukip but that the Muslim vote may save Labour

'If one thing might keep the seat for Labour, it's the Muslim vote, which makes up more than a quarter of the constituency.

They all vote Labour, often by postal vote, whether they like it or not (allegedly).

A large proportion probably don't know there is an election, as they don't speak English.

But the majority will still vote Labour, by postal vote. Even the leftie Guardian's Helen Pidd tweeted: 
"A dismaying number of voters I met in Oldham today can't speak English despite living there a decade or more. But they're voting Labour."'
More here at The Sun but obviously not on the vote Labour BBC.

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