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Islands Can Give Shock to Major Parties Says MacNeil 

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SNP vote helps Labour in Na h-Eileanan an Iar

Na h-Eileanan Iar’s Angus Brendan MacNeil has said that in this constituency it is fortunate that it can vote for experience and give the three big unloved parties a shock.

Commenting Angus MacNeil said:

“It is very obvious from this dreary election across the UK and especially in Scotland that nobody particularly loves the three parties they can choose to vote for.

“The Tories are near despised, Labour will win without a vote in Scotland or the islands despite Labour  being more like the Tories than at any point than ever before.

“The SNPs  are lost, talk about being a “strong voice Westminster” instead of being an independent voice internationally in the world. 

“Of course  everyone in Parliament is there to be a strong voice.

“The very word ‘Parliament’ means ‘to speak.’  

“Labour are unloved with their popularity slipping in the polls, sitting sometimes at 40% and lower but the crazy undemocratic Westminster voting system looks to give them 70% of the seats.

“I am feeling very optimistic in the final week of campaigning.

“The people of Na h-Eileanan an Iar can deliver a big blow to the 3 largest parties to get them to sit up and take note.

“Voters in the islands in the past have never been scared to go a different way.

“It would do the Labour and SNP leadership, who will be the Westminster and Holyrood governments respectively, the world of  good to get a shock from the islands.

“I am ready to continue my work of many years for all constituents, but also  to deliver that shock to the big parties and with the help of voters we can do it together.

“Vote MacNeil on Thursday 4th July.”  

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