Labour oust Lib Dems in Burnley by-election

VICTORY: Beatrice Foster

VICTORY: Beatrice Foster

First published in Rosegrove Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter

THE ruling Liberal Democrats in Burnley were beaten into third place by Labour and the British National Party in a by-election yesterday.

Well-known community campaigner Bea Foster triumphed for Labour, winning the Rosegrove and Lowerhouse election in the by-election prompted by the resignation of Lib Dem Julie Johnson.

Labour garnered 521 votes, BNP candidate Paul McDevitt 288 and Lib Dem's Kate Mottershead on 261.

The Lib Dems say they have learned a ‘hard lesson’ folllowing the by-election, which was held against a backdrop of unpopularity nationally for the party over its role in the coalition Government.

The Conservative’s Matthew Isherwood received 81 votes and Independent candidate Andrew Hennessey, who also stood at the General Election, got 58.

Coun Foster, a retired youth and community worker and lay preacher at Greenbrook Methodist Church, thanked voters, for braving stormy conditions to vote and party colleagues for their efforts during the campaign.

She said: “I am a people person and I loved listening to people on the doorstep. Now I want to work with people, not just for them, in dealing with their problems.”

Coun Julie Cooper, Labour group leader, said: “I think we have turned a corner with this result. We worked very hard on this campaign.

“The message on the doorsteps was that people were saying they had voted Lib Dem at the General Election and now feel let down.”

Lib Dem council leader Coun Charlie Briggs said: “We need to get across our message on the things we’ve done in Burnley for Burnley.

“We learned a hard lesson last night and the local party has some serious thinking to do.”

The result means there are now 20 Lib Dems, 15 Labour councillors, five Conservatives, two British National Party and one Independent, with two vacancies, on the council.

Full results

Beatrice Foster, Labour 521
Paul McDevitt, British National Party 288
Kate Mottershead, Liberal Democrat 261
Mathew Isherwood, Conservative 81
Andrew Hennessey, Independent 58.

Turnout 25%.

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10:32am Fri 11 Mar 11

working chap says...

Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected.
Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected. working chap
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10:39am Fri 11 Mar 11

masher49 says...

working chap wrote:
Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected.
Main danger is BNP reading too much into coming second. Many of thier votes must be a protest against ConDem Alliance.
[quote][p][bold]working chap[/bold] wrote: Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected.[/p][/quote]Main danger is BNP reading too much into coming second. Many of thier votes must be a protest against ConDem Alliance. masher49
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11:06am Fri 11 Mar 11

andy1 says...

I dont think the Lib Dems have even come near to winning any kind of by-election since the General Election. Surely the membership should be calling for the head of Clegg by now and removing themselves from this coalition. Its looking likely if they continue to carry on that they face complete meltdown at both local and national level. I dont think the reality is setting home on the likes of Gordon Bertwhistle and Darren Reynolds yet.
I dont think the Lib Dems have even come near to winning any kind of by-election since the General Election. Surely the membership should be calling for the head of Clegg by now and removing themselves from this coalition. Its looking likely if they continue to carry on that they face complete meltdown at both local and national level. I dont think the reality is setting home on the likes of Gordon Bertwhistle and Darren Reynolds yet. andy1
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11:37am Fri 11 Mar 11

midas says...

When does the party in power ever win a by-election?
.
I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary.
.
Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again.
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Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.
When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again. midas
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11:38am Fri 11 Mar 11

midas says...

and this is only a 25% turnout.
and this is only a 25% turnout. midas
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11:52am Fri 11 Mar 11

ABBEY ROAD says...

Well done to Bea. You have worked so hard for so many years in the community with young people and it's great to hear that you are branching out on to new things. They will have a Councillor who really does want to help the community in Bea Foster.
Well done to Bea. You have worked so hard for so many years in the community with young people and it's great to hear that you are branching out on to new things. They will have a Councillor who really does want to help the community in Bea Foster. ABBEY ROAD
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12:05pm Fri 11 Mar 11

andy1 says...

midas wrote:
When does the party in power ever win a by-election?
.
I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary.
.
Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again.
.
Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.
Sorry Midas but listening to Cameron in parliament makes you realise hes really like the Young Pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie but a Politician. Its very amusing watching him try to worm his way out of straight forward questions put to him. Basically hes a joke just like Clegg. Fair comment to you ove only being a 25% turn out which is about average even for a full term of office say no more.
[quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.[/p][/quote]Sorry Midas but listening to Cameron in parliament makes you realise hes really like the Young Pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie but a Politician. Its very amusing watching him try to worm his way out of straight forward questions put to him. Basically hes a joke just like Clegg. Fair comment to you ove only being a 25% turn out which is about average even for a full term of office say no more. andy1
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12:59pm Fri 11 Mar 11

jack daniels says...

midas wrote:
When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.
i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel
[quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.[/p][/quote]i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel jack daniels
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1:00pm Fri 11 Mar 11

five says...

working chap wrote:
Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected.
Well said.
[quote][p][bold]working chap[/bold] wrote: Not surprising. No one is ever going to trust the LibDems again after they took their 30 pieces of silver from the Torys. Good to see the BNP did not get elected.[/p][/quote]Well said. five
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1:34pm Fri 11 Mar 11

midas says...

jack daniels wrote:
midas wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.
i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel
Looks like you will be waiting for another 4 years! Suck it in :-)
[quote][p][bold]jack daniels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.[/p][/quote]i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel[/p][/quote]Looks like you will be waiting for another 4 years! Suck it in :-) midas
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3:35pm Fri 11 Mar 11

time.team says...

Oh my God, and everyone else’s too. Surely not (New Labour) again!
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Politics is getting a bit like fighting over left over’s. We need a party that really cares and has brains that can be trusted as well. ‘The Labour Party’ was killed by Tony Blair and all we have left is his ‘New Party’ bastards. Definitely not ‘The Labour Party’ judging by what has happened over the past thirteen years by them.
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Thanks Tony.
What a shame it‘s come to this!
Oh my God, and everyone else’s too. Surely not (New Labour) again! - Politics is getting a bit like fighting over left over’s. We need a party that really cares and has brains that can be trusted as well. ‘The Labour Party’ was killed by Tony Blair and all we have left is his ‘New Party’ bastards. Definitely not ‘The Labour Party’ judging by what has happened over the past thirteen years by them. - Thanks Tony. What a shame it‘s come to this! time.team
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5:38pm Fri 11 Mar 11

Truth will out says...

Little more than a protest vote. Labour would do well to remember the reasons why they were kicked out by an electorate that traditionally would have voted for a donkey had it had a red rose on it.

The Lib Dems will be running Burnley for some time to come yet.
Little more than a protest vote. Labour would do well to remember the reasons why they were kicked out by an electorate that traditionally would have voted for a donkey had it had a red rose on it. The Lib Dems will be running Burnley for some time to come yet. Truth will out
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5:42pm Fri 11 Mar 11

jack daniels says...

midas wrote:
jack daniels wrote:
midas wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.
i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel
Looks like you will be waiting for another 4 years! Suck it in :-)
it will take more than 4 years for osbourne and cameron to realise they screwed up.
[quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack daniels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: When does the party in power ever win a by-election? . I think you can predict that the Lib Dems and Tories wont win a by election in the next 3-4 years as they will be punished for making the hard decisions they think are necessary. . Once the mess has been cleared up and the benefits of these cuts become apparent then there will be an increase in public spending, reduction in taxation and the masses will vote for them again. . Throw in a few boundry changes, AV, drop the Scottish and Welsh mps and you will never have to suffer a Labour government again.[/p][/quote]i'd rather have another new liebour government than to put up with your drivel[/p][/quote]Looks like you will be waiting for another 4 years! Suck it in :-)[/p][/quote]it will take more than 4 years for osbourne and cameron to realise they screwed up. jack daniels
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6:32pm Fri 11 Mar 11

Good call says...

Well done Sheeple,Voting in a Liebour candidate in Zombie like fashion.If you vote Liebour, then DON'T moan about debt
Immigration and asylum,Crime,Benefit scroungers and the EU.I don't trust any of the Big three but Liebour are the worst of the worst.Why don't you stop voting for the same rubbish and vote for REAL change oh wait,to do that you'd have to turn off eastenders and corrie,Stop taking newspaper/BBC news
reports as the holy grail and start doing your own homework on the Internet and form your own opinions,Something which many of you are too stupid to do.
Well done Sheeple,Voting in a Liebour candidate in Zombie like fashion.If you vote Liebour, then DON'T moan about debt Immigration and asylum,Crime,Benefit scroungers and the EU.I don't trust any of the Big three but Liebour are the worst of the worst.Why don't you stop voting for the same rubbish and vote for REAL change oh wait,to do that you'd have to turn off eastenders and corrie,Stop taking newspaper/BBC news reports as the holy grail and start doing your own homework on the Internet and form your own opinions,Something which many of you are too stupid to do. Good call
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6:50pm Fri 11 Mar 11

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

I'm a Tory voter and even I would say The Lib Dems are finished for possibly ever.
I'm a Tory voter and even I would say The Lib Dems are finished for possibly ever. Michael@ClitheroeSince58
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10:05pm Fri 11 Mar 11

MargretofBurnley says...

Well Darren I won’t say I told you so your face said it all last night.
But Gordon Birtwistles face after finding out he also lost to the BNP was a classic. I got to hand it to the BNP they put in a better campaign than the Lib/Dems.
Well Darren I won’t say I told you so your face said it all last night. But Gordon Birtwistles face after finding out he also lost to the BNP was a classic. I got to hand it to the BNP they put in a better campaign than the Lib/Dems. MargretofBurnley
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10:53pm Fri 11 Mar 11

fridge2195 says...

I too vote Tory but say bye bye LibDem's, Pendle next I hope in May.
I too vote Tory but say bye bye LibDem's, Pendle next I hope in May. fridge2195
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12:04am Sat 12 Mar 11

MargretofBurnley says...

Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.
Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance. MargretofBurnley
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11:45am Sat 12 Mar 11

e/lancs says...

Yes the lib/dems, and labour fight it out whilest the BNP wait to pick up votes like a jackals around a carcass this is the real danger
Yes the lib/dems, and labour fight it out whilest the BNP wait to pick up votes like a jackals around a carcass this is the real danger e/lancs
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12:56pm Sat 12 Mar 11

gannow man says...

MargretofBurnley wrote:
Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.
I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections.
People did not vote her in to do that.
As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one.

As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper.
The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed.
But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him"
[quote][p][bold]MargretofBurnley[/bold] wrote: Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.[/p][/quote]I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections. People did not vote her in to do that. As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one. As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper. The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed. But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him" gannow man
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4:39pm Sat 12 Mar 11

Good call says...

gannow man wrote:
MargretofBurnley wrote: Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.
I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections. People did not vote her in to do that. As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one. As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper. The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed. But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him"
What gets me gannow man is that sheeple who vote Liebour are the same ones who moan about Immigration they're like turkeys voting for christmas.
[quote][p][bold]gannow man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MargretofBurnley[/bold] wrote: Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.[/p][/quote]I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections. People did not vote her in to do that. As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one. As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper. The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed. But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him"[/p][/quote]What gets me gannow man is that sheeple who vote Liebour are the same ones who moan about Immigration they're like turkeys voting for christmas. Good call
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6:08pm Sat 12 Mar 11

gannow man says...

Good call wrote:
gannow man wrote:
MargretofBurnley wrote: Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.
I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections. People did not vote her in to do that. As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one. As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper. The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed. But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him"
What gets me gannow man is that sheeple who vote Liebour are the same ones who moan about Immigration they're like turkeys voting for christmas.
Totaly agree. In fact the Labour party voters are the worst when it comes to being racist, I have seen survey reports wher people are questioned about several subjects effecting the country and they answers they give would convince you they were anything but Labour voters but the habit is firmly planted in their heads.
Still if they have no thoughts for their childrens futures what business is it of ours, My opinion is they are not fit to be parents.
[quote][p][bold]Good call[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gannow man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MargretofBurnley[/bold] wrote: Is it right about Charlie Briggs Lib/dem leader of Burnley council leaving the Lib/dems in Burnley? Most people were witness to the arguments and frustrations of the Lib/dems at the count last night, it seems that the in-fighting is a direct result of their Conservative alliance.[/p][/quote]I think C Briggs has suddenly found out politics is a nasty business the point that his wife used her position as a councillor to be a character witness for a man accused of being a peadophile will not do them any good when it is made public in the May elections. People did not vote her in to do that. As plain old mrs Briggs her words would have carried no weight, An abuse of position if ever there was one. As to the election well Birties face was a picture, Everyone applauded the winner except the LibDems Kate Mottershead had her trademark scowl in place all that was missing was her trademark jumper. The BNP Ran a campaign on real local issues, Issues that Labour and the LibDems have had years to get to grips with but have failed. But the sheep voted Labour "Because me dad did and his dad before him"[/p][/quote]What gets me gannow man is that sheeple who vote Liebour are the same ones who moan about Immigration they're like turkeys voting for christmas.[/p][/quote]Totaly agree. In fact the Labour party voters are the worst when it comes to being racist, I have seen survey reports wher people are questioned about several subjects effecting the country and they answers they give would convince you they were anything but Labour voters but the habit is firmly planted in their heads. Still if they have no thoughts for their childrens futures what business is it of ours, My opinion is they are not fit to be parents. gannow man
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6:41pm Sat 12 Mar 11

wow 2 says...

MargretofBurnley gannow man

what i would like to know is
all of you keep spouting you mouth off
were any of you there
if so why do you hide your true identities
if you are part of a political party then have the bottle to show your true identities
MargretofBurnley gannow man what i would like to know is all of you keep spouting you mouth off were any of you there if so why do you hide your true identities if you are part of a political party then have the bottle to show your true identities wow 2
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7:30pm Sat 12 Mar 11

ballbags says...

Good call wrote:
Well done Sheeple,Voting in a Liebour candidate in Zombie like fashion.If you vote Liebour, then DON'T moan about debt
Immigration and asylum,Crime,Benefit scroungers and the EU.I don't trust any of the Big three but Liebour are the worst of the worst.Why don't you stop voting for the same rubbish and vote for REAL change oh wait,to do that you'd have to turn off eastenders and corrie,Stop taking newspaper/BBC news
reports as the holy grail and start doing your own homework on the Internet and form your own opinions,Something which many of you are too stupid to do.
exactly i think they call it manipulation of the masses...
[quote][p][bold]Good call[/bold] wrote: Well done Sheeple,Voting in a Liebour candidate in Zombie like fashion.If you vote Liebour, then DON'T moan about debt Immigration and asylum,Crime,Benefit scroungers and the EU.I don't trust any of the Big three but Liebour are the worst of the worst.Why don't you stop voting for the same rubbish and vote for REAL change oh wait,to do that you'd have to turn off eastenders and corrie,Stop taking newspaper/BBC news reports as the holy grail and start doing your own homework on the Internet and form your own opinions,Something which many of you are too stupid to do.[/p][/quote]exactly i think they call it manipulation of the masses... ballbags
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7:06am Tue 15 Mar 11

RAyzer says...

typical of clowns in rosegrove...the areas a right dive..what have labour done for burnley over last 20 year???lost all our manufacturing jobs,no hospital....
typical of clowns in rosegrove...the areas a right dive..what have labour done for burnley over last 20 year???lost all our manufacturing jobs,no hospital.... RAyzer
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7:10am Tue 15 Mar 11

RAyzer says...

liebour=race card!!!!speak about immigration and bingo!!!!!!!!!!
liebour=race card!!!!speak about immigration and bingo!!!!!!!!!! RAyzer
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