SWING TO LABOUR
MIDDLE VOTES Herbert Morrison Criticises Churchill Rec. 10 a.m. LONDON, July 26. Mr Herbert Morrison, chairman of the Labour campaign committee, declared that Labour succeeded in putting the issues clearly before the public, whereas the Conservatives tried to convert the election into a plebiscite for and against Churchill. "I denounced that as something in the nature of imitation Nazi-ism, Mr. Morrison proceeded, "and I think the country proved that it regarded it in the same way. Mr. Churchill went hopelessly astray
<vnm the beeinning. I had a feeling Safhe'wafnoTa 3 good electioneer and in some respects it is sad that a man who led the country so ab y through the European war should haVeled a party oA such a low level carry through its programme. We must have a combination of boldnefranMofri? son e dr S e e W attention to the swing of middle-class votes to T ahour and said this is the first time Labour has obtained a real grip OTthis section of the country.
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SWING TO LABOUR, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
SWING TO LABOUR Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
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