Thursday, 25 March 2010

Labour's pre-election budget fails to woo voters

"LONDON (Reuters) - Many voters in London were unimpressed by the Chancellor's budget on Wednesday, the ruling Labour party's last attempt to convince voters ahead of an election that it can reduce the country's mountain of debt.Trailing in polls against the main rival Conservative Party ahead of a vote expected on May 6, many voters did not expect Labour to extend its 13 years in power."The budget is quite irrelevant really. There will be another government after May 6. I don't think the people trust them," said John Keary, who works in a law firm."

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