Weekly survey: the benefits cap, article 50 and Labour as the workers’ party

8th November, 2016 7:00 pm

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In light of the furore over the lowering of the benefits cap again by the Conservative Government, we ask should Labour pledge to remove the cap?

Following polling by YouGov which showed differing views on whether the Labour Party should be defined primarily as a workers’ party or one that pushes for fairness for all, we ask should the Opposition be described as a workers’ party above all else? 

With confusion at the weekend on whether Labour would seek to delay the Brexit vote, and over the existence of “bottom lines” on the government’s Brexit talks, should the Labour party consider blocking article 50 if Theresa May has won a bad deal for Britain? 

To respond to the survey click here. You have until midnight Thursday to vote.

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