The local elections are really showing force this time around. The Conservative Party is losing councillors all around the board. In constituencies which has had no barren for other parties. The Tories has lost Barnet and other parts of London as well.
This is as result of the abysmal governing, a reckoning of the fatigue after bad results of Brexit and a train-wreck of handling the pandemic. The Tories knows this and that isn’t only the party-gate saga, but the whole mission of safety and losses of lives, which could have been saved if the care-homes was safeguarded and whatnot. The Tories could have with their majority and abilities to salvage more lives, but they have also kept the NHS barren for years. While giving tax-incentives to the elites and Londongrad. Therefore, the voters would vote strategically to punish the Tories. That all makes sense.
The opposition of the Tories has made arrangement and deals, which is giving leeway to each others parties. That was a distraction and called out by the Tories. However, the Tories has made similar arrangement with the Brexit Party and whatnot before. So, this is a failure of an election now matter how they are looking at it.
The ruling party should have solidify their local councils and prove their value. However, the public have rebuked them and they have lost vastly. Some might say Labour and Sir Keir Stramer haven’t won enough. While Labour did win seats and their allies won a lot too. The Liberal-Democrats and the Greens are winning landslides. This shows that the Labour needs to think of a coalition bid in the up-coming elections or in the next snap-elections. It would only make sense and be strategic to beat the Tories. Because, the Tories is the party who has everything to loose.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is losing the Councils and the power locally. The Tories are weakening and having less councillors. That got to hurt the pride and arrogance. That is why the big-media is already with the “Long-Corbyn” paradigm and saying the Labour isn’t doing as good as it did during Corbyn.
We know that Sir Keir Stramer doesn’t have the personality or the charisma of Corbyn. Neither does he have the ability to galvanize the party in the same manner. That’s why if his smart to use allies and these sorts of tactics to get power. Especially, when you don’t have the capacity to do it on their own. The same joining hands with the Scottish National Party (SNP) just like the Tories did with the DUP after the last snap-election.
So, Labour with the momentum and their allies could make a landslide. That is proven the massive losses of the Tories. The more numbers are trickling in… the worse it is looking. It isn’t getting better and the favourable numbers are going to Labour and Lib-Dems or Greens. These are the winners of the night and should pop the champagne. They are getting the councillors and the future regional or possible representatives national. Because, they are getting tested locally. That is really something and it’s a defeat by all margins.
The Prime Minister and his party has lost this election. The Tories can cry-out “long-Corbyn” but they know the gist. They are failing and it’s evident. This is showing that the people are ready for a change and doesn’t trust the Tories. That’s why they are voted out and the other parties are getting a stronger mandate.
Now, it is up to the Labour and the allies to plan ahead. They should play smart and strategic in the next election too. In such a way they can have a coalition victory. If not… they are short-sighted and not thinking ahead. The Tories are wounded and they are battered. However, they don’t mind as long as they have power in White Hall and Downing Street. Peace.