Fancy somewhere to stay for the election? Look no further than Socialist SofasTBG can sensationally reveal plans by Labour for Election Day 2019.
The Labour party's activist base Momentum has uploaded a document to Google and alerted its members across the U.K. asking them to target just 21 marginal seats, some of which they already hold.
The document, which offers Socialist accommodation nationwide, states - “This election will be decided over the next few days - and we need you to step up, take as much time off work as you can and campaign in the marginal that needs you most.”
“That's why we're putting people who don't live in marginals but are willing to travel to them and campaign full-time, in touch with people who live in marginals and have the space to put them up.”
“To take up offers of accommodation you’re expected to self-organise and reach out to listed points of contact directly.”
The seats being targeted are Conservative target Bishop Auckland, Anna Soubry’s Broxtowe, Craig Whittaker’s Calder Valley, George Eustice’s Camborne and Redruth in Cornwall, Ian Austin’s old seat of Dudley North, Tim Loughton’s Worthing East and Shoreham, Richard Graham’s Gloucester, Robert Halfron in Harlow, High Peak, Tory Target Keighley, Ben Bradley in Mansfield, Milton Keynes, Andrea Jenkyns In Morley and Outwood, former Labour stronghold Newcastle, Penistone and Stocksbridge, Preseli In Wales, Stockton South, Stroud, Shipley, Walsall North and Tom Watson’s old seat of West Bromwich.
Tonight as the latest opinion poll gave the Conservatives a nine point and a projected majority of 28 TBG learned that Labour have gone into a panic at Leigh in Greater Manchester, a seat that used to be held by Mayor Andy Burnham.