BRITISH POLLING COUNCIL LAUNCHES POLLSTERS ACCURACY INQUIRY
British Polling Council launches pollsters accuracy inquiry after “They couldn’t have got it more wrong, scenario”.
It was only after 10 pm on the night of the election it was revealed that the Tories were expected to win.
I wonder if their enquiry will cover how the Tories scared the English voters into not voting for Labour using the SNP as their big stick?
As the BBC South East shows in the graphic above – this was nothing more than bare faced bias which is part of the agenda designed by the Tories to terrify the English. How could the BBC say this is not bias?
Will they enquire into why the Tories don’t want proportional representation? The last thing the Tories want to see in the U.K. Can you imagine the panic if they removed all the regional boundaries which the Tories and Labour have been moving about like chess pieces for years south of the border.
I think we can forecast that any inquiry that’s held will come to zilch, after all we know if Scotland is involved it’s better scuppering any inquiry that may show up as dirty politics.
Although in Scotland the majority have now realised the SNP are for the people of Scotland there is still remnants of other political parties in certain parts of Scotland – I’m still amazed there are some who vote for the Tories in Scotland – I mean why? is it bloody mindedness?
The Scots once again are trying to lead from behind with progressive politics, will they be allowed to exert their political agenda with the sitting maniacs in Westminster? We shall see!
Anything that Scotland gets via the SNP will be an uphill struggle as the status quo is exactly what the Tories want to keep – the SNP or should that be Scotland? are rocking the financial boat.
Surely, the people of Scotland can see that independence is looking ahead, hopefully the Westminster government will realise Scotland needs lots more powers or they are just going to be one big pain in their behinds.
By giving Scotland much more powers it does not take a genius to work out this may be enough to stave off the progress of independent thoughts for Scotland – or will it?