This week’s most read: red-baiting, George Galloway and dirty Wonga

The most read stories on Left Foot Forward this week


1. Boris’ linguistic sensitivities about extremism miss the point – Jonathan Russell

2. Sexism and red-baiting as The Sun warns of a ‘scarlet sisterhood’Adam Barnett

3. There are big differences between Labour and Conservative spending plans. The IFS just proved it – James Bloodworth

4. On the campaign trail with George Galloway – Iram Ramzan

5. Wonga is finally paying the price for its dirty tactics – Carl Packman

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4 Responses to “This week’s most read: red-baiting, George Galloway and dirty Wonga”

  1. Book Elections

    Betting market analysis has identified key seats and projections at – Cumulative projection has Con 277, Lab 270, SNP 48, LibDem 26

  2. Leon Wolfeson

    We’ll see. I’m rather more taken with UK Polling Report’s analysis – which currently stands at;

    Labour 300
    Conservative 260
    Lib Dem 16

    (Of course, I know more about the UKPR methodology)


    That would be a good result and if true on the day you can release the elastic on your headware.

  4. Guest

    You’re confusing me with the person in your mirror, as usual.

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