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Labour Party split over class war

The Labour Party is apparently split over plans by Gordon Brown to introduce a class war into the forthcoming election campaign and try to divert attention from the Tory party as a party for the people. Many people believe this particular strategy is a last stand for Gordon Brown and is potentially high-risk but also potentially high reward. So why is the Labour Party split?

The truth is that the Labour Party has been successful over the last decade because of the added influence and added support which has been seen in Middle England. By turning the next election into a class war there is the risk of alienating the very people who put Gordon Brown and Tony Blair into power. There is also has the potential to rip apart the Labour Party as we approach the election, something which could have a massive impact upon the election campaign and give mixed signals to many voters.

The truth is that while the Labour Party will be attacking the Conservative party because of public school education and other factors common amongst Conservative MPs, there are many Labour MPs who have also made use of the public school sector. There is also a growing belief that the next election will turn out to be something similar to the US election battles which are played out very much in the public domain and on TV.

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