Honesty? Its Worth a Try…

David Blunkett has warned Labour to be more honest with the voters. The first step in “rebuilding trust” should be a “different style” of manifesto, Blunkett said during a lecture in Birmingham, “This means being honest in answering questions and presenting facts, listening to the issues that concern people, responding to them in making policy and drawing up the manifesto.”

Rich hypocrisy of the highest order from Blunkett – does he think we have forgotten his lying?


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