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>> This one suggests June the 8th will be another day for the blue rosettes.
A measure of how well ground campaigns are going. I'm Reuters' Jacob Greaves reporting from Westminster where for some here, there's a sense of foreboding. The conservators have made inroads into Labor strongholds and managed to convince former UKIP voters that they're the party to uphold Brexit.>> Pollster told Reuters this has been worse than expected for UKIP the anti-EU party They now face an electorial wipeout on a local level.
And this statement is lead to conceded a difficult night, but says it was a price worth paying for leaving the EU and that they're targeting the parliamentary vote.>> A very bad night for labor, thank you so much for coming.>> Labor also trying to salvage the positives.
Leader Jeremy Corvin smiling for the cameras but refusing to comment. But the faces of counselors losing their seat says it all. Some in the party complain they can't sell their leader on Britain's doorsteps. Expect that complaint to rear again as a vote to pick MPs approaches. Analysts warn local elections don't predict national votes but do gauge public opinion.