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Wednesday, February 06, 2008

GLA Labour

The London Assembly Labour Group has a new website: http://www.glalabour.com/

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well done, Jon Worth! Another fantastic Labour party website.

2:18 pm, February 06, 2008

 
Anonymous Rich said...

Another fanastic Labour website informing us how wonderful london is under general Livingstone and how bad it will be under the evil Boris.

What a poor publicity stunt and so clearly very one sided.

No mention of the 2 billion bail for the London Metronet or the fact that the new conjestion charge will hurt the poorest drivers and damage business.

12:09 am, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous tim f said...

Erm, it is a Labour Party website. That is to say, the website of one political party. I'd be worried if it wasn't one-sided.

1:14 am, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"so clearly very one sided" - quelle surprise! it's meant to be!

having said that, if Boris wants to praise Ken on his website, I guess that's fine. don't expect the same in return though...

8:12 am, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous Ted Harvey said...

Superb is my reaction. An attractive and highly navigable site.

Of course it's one-sided... what would you expect... a 'We are really crap and here are examples' hyperlink?

It's good to see something from the left (OK, bear with me I'm being inclusive here) that's attractive, that works and that does effectively convey messages.

I can hardly wait to see how Hackney now betters this with it's ongoing website development... maybe Luke in motion?

9:19 am, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous Rich said...

More evidence of Ken Livingstone and links to extreme Islamic groups, in the guardian today.

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/terrorism/story/0,,2253812,00.html

Yusuf al-Qaradawi now banned from the UK but welcome by Ken Livingstone.

When are you people going to start listening to people like myself who have worked in the security services and know how dangerous these people are.

Ken should be sacked.

11:36 am, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous Rich said...

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/terrorism/story/0,,2253812,00.html

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/02/07/nvisa107.xml

and this

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4165691.stm

11:57 am, February 07, 2008

 
Blogger Merseymike said...

Rich: some of us like to look at a wider picture and consider a range of issues.

KL has no say at all on whether named individuals can enter the country so why the need to make this a central aspect on whether we vote for him or not? It is parliament and Government who make those decisions - not the Mayor of London.

4:30 pm, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous Rich said...

How about this:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23436128-details/Mayor%27s+aide+%27must+go%27+over+cash+scandal/article.do

8:29 pm, February 07, 2008

 
Anonymous you bore my bot said...

Rich and his repeat posts are comic in a way, but mainly boring.

You have to question these decision-makers anyway, Pinochet was ok apparently...

11:37 pm, February 07, 2008

 

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