Monday, 27 April 2009

Business community turns back on Labour


Following on from my piece this morning on the dissent within the Labour party at the moment, it appears there is also plenty of opposition to the party's economic policy from the business community as well.

"Lingerie tycoon" Michelle Mone - a lifelong Labour supporter - has spoken out against the 50p top rate of tax, calling it a "disgrace." Which is pretty much how I thought it would play.

Got to congratulate the BBC on their headline for the story though:

"Bra boss withdraws Labour support"

Someone at the BBC has a sense of humour. For a change.

Actually, come to think of it, it looks like Messers Brown & Darling might too - they seem to be making Labour into a national joke...

4 comments:

subrosa 27 April 2009 at 15:30  

I read somewhere she's moved to the tories. That'll be uplifting for them then.

Holyrood Patter 27 April 2009 at 17:00  

cant see her at the tories subrosa.
although if she wants to use politics to promote herself she will need to go somewhere, surely not the nats?

subrosa 27 April 2009 at 20:48  

I think it was one of the broadsheets who suggested she'd move to the tories. She'd never support (oops) the SNP. She's a unionist through and through, not from conviction but because she thinks unionism is her way to more profit.

Not a pleasant woman believe me.

Malc 27 April 2009 at 20:56  

She didn't exactly endear herself to people on The Comic Relief Apprentice.

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