Early results suggest other parties have gained from Tory collapse while Starmer’s Labour static – and worried about losses in Liverpool
Despite the frantic spinning by his cronies already underway, last night’s already-disastrous results for the Tories have not shown any gain in vote-share for Labour under Keir Starmer, according to electoral expert John Curtice.
While the Tories have had an ‘unambiguous’ nightmare, according to Curtice, Labour has made no progress and any gains have simply been because the Tories fell past them:
In contrast, with about a third of results declared the Greens, independents and even the appalling collaborator LibDems have gained vote share:
Meanwhile, Labour has admitted to one of its supportive local hacks in Liverpool – where results will not be announced until later today – that it fears losing key wards to the independents and is worried about the LibDem taking seats:
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