Both Conservatives and Lib-Dems have decided to withdraw from the 2010 election race after Labour pledged wholeheartedly to keep the promises laid out in its recent election manifesto.
The promises have completely wrong footed the other main parties and left them with little room for manouvere with so little time left before polling day.
'We're just wasting our time now, we can't possibly compete with that level of commitment' admitted David Cameron as he left Tory HQ for the last time earlier today ' I'm thinking of going back into public relations after this setback. I just don't see where we go from here now that Labour has pulled this masterstroke on us. Not only made promises but intends keeping them too, where the hell did that one come from?.
If that wasn't enough, well - once I heard Gordon Brown say 'you have my word on that' I knew he had swayed all those floating voters out there in the marginal seats and the game was up for the rest of us.
We simply didn't see that one coming. Promises - something that simple eh.'
However, this could actually be good news for Lib-Dem leader Nick Clegg who is currently being touted as the next head of MI5 following his uncanny ability to blend unnoticed into the background, no matter how often he appeared on mid morning TV or the inside pages of our tabloids.
Main parties to withdraw from election following Labour 'bombshell'
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Both Conservatives and Lib-Dems have decided to withdraw from the 2010 election race after Labour pledged wholeheartedly to keep the promises laid out in its recent election manifesto.Posted 7 years ago #
I chuckled Mr H. Have some starry things.Posted 7 years ago #
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