York Council Election – 2007

Prime Minister Forever – British Version

Author: Treasurer of the PC


York Council Election - 2007
York Council Election – 2007

“In 2003, the Liberal Democrats took control of York Council, booting Labour out of power after 2 decades of rule. However, with controversy over the introduction of evening parking charges and fortnightly bin collections, Labour could tip the balance of power in their favour once again. The city of York lies in the North Yorkshire region of northern England. This is a region the Conservatives usually do well in, but in 2003, they were wiped out as Labour went from strength to strength nationally, and the Lib Dems being voted increasingly, by a more environmentally friendly younger generation of students and rich entrepreneurs. The city boasts a very low unemployment rate, but concerns grow over crime. However, with the Tory revival imminent, how will the Green, Labour & Lib Dems vote shares cope? Can Labour sneak into power?”

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