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[英伦广角] 2012-04-28 英国保守党民意大失

本帖最后由 qingchengshan 于 2012-4-25 11:21 编辑

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Tory Support Worst Since Election


Support for the Tories plunges since the Budget, according to a poll that gives Labour its best score in almost nine years.

 

 

英国首相卡梅伦发动最新的政治反攻,但最新的民意调查显示他所面对的挑战不断,目前工党在民意上领先保守党8个点。受到预算案后连串政府失误影响,保守党的支持率一个月内由39%跌至33%,工党则由36%升至41%,这是近10年来工党与保守党的优势差距最大的一年。



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[Homework]2012-04-28 英国保守党民意大失

Our PM enjoyed a month or so, bad headlines, a botched budget according critics, terrible opinion polls. ** Now amid to the over lords reform. So what do you do * he took to the campaign trial, he went to an aircraft factory in the west of England, not flying high any more in the polls. The PM saw though, to defense some pretty tough, cut some of the government's planing, on top of those, already announced.
What the government is doing is getting back to the key issues facing this country. We need to get on top of our debt and deficit to get our economy moving. But above all to say, we on the side of those people who work hard, who want to do the right things for themselves and their families. We want to keep your taxes down, we want to improve your schools, we want to reform welfare. It's a government on your side. That's what today's about.
Well, according to one conservative, MP is the last thing is on people's side. And Nadine Dorries, the out-spoken conservative MP has branded the PM a chance of posh boy. And she went further, she said unfortunately I think that not only our Cameron and * two boys, we don't know the price of milk. Butthey're two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others, and that is their real crime.
For those cuts well spared out by the treasury tip scretary Dannie Alexander, he's calling a wide-hold department to go for even more savings, a new age of austerity.
Under the new rules, I've asked all departments to identify around 5% of their resouce budget could be reapplied first if new pressure emerge or new policies have been funded. So there's a shared understanding how it could be paied for.
Well, the voters don't like it. According to a new poll for the Guardian, we say big poll leads for Labor one as high as 11.012% and the Guradian now has a poll showing a big slump in Tories support. Conservatives down 6 points less than a month ago to 30%. Labor up 5 to 41%, Leapdan unchanged on 15. And significantly other parties are 2-12. That suggests UK perhaps * Scots and Wales are doing well. So that's an 8 points Labor lead. Those local elections and main elections in London are only about 10 days away. That's Labor's highest poll rating for some time, tha suggests Mr. Miliband maybe on his way to Downing Street. Bad news * London suppose showing can * closing the gap. Tory's cuts are clearly not popular and the government's handling or mishandling of the events over the past months. Well they're being punished and paying every price to the voters.

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Well, the prime minister has endured a month or so of bad headlines, a botched budget according to critics, terrible opinion polls, the Abbot Catarda, farce as some MPs call it, now immune to the over laws reform, so what do you do? And it looked like a re-launch, he took to the campaign trail, he went to an aircraft factory in the west of England, not flying high anymore in the polls, the prime minister thought though to defend some pretty tough cuts that the government is planning, on top of those already announced.

What the government is doing is getting back to the key issues facing this country, they need to get on top of our debt and deficit to get our economy moving, but above all, to say, we’re on the side of those people who work hard, who wanna do the right thing for themselves and their families, we want to keep your taxes down, we wanna improve your schools, we want to reform welfare, it’s a government on your side, that’s what today is about.

Well, according to one concern of the MP, that’s  the last thing is on people’s side, now Dean Doris, the outspoken conservative MP has branded the prime minister and chancellor posh boys which she went further, she said unfortunately, I think that not only are Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don’t know the price of milk, but they are two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others, and that is their real crime, well, those cuts were spelled out by the treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander, he’ll calling a white hall department to go for even more savings, a new age of austerity.

Under the new rules that I’m announcing, I’ve asked all departments to identify around 5% of their resource budget, but could be reprioritized if new pressures emerge or new policies have to be funded, so there’s a shared understanding how it could be paid for.

Well, the voters don’t like it according to a new poll for the Guardian, in the past week or so, we see big poll leads for labor, one as high as 11 or 12%, and the Guardian now has a poll showing a big slump in torrid support, conservatives down 6% on a month ago to 33%, labor up 5 to 41%, Lib Dems unchanged on 15%, and significantly other parties add up to 12%, so that suggests, UK panda, and perhaps the nationalists in Scotland and Wales doing well, so that’s an 8% labor lead, those local elections and the  mayor election in London are only about 10 days away, that’s labor’s highest poll rating for some time. That suggests that Mr. Miliband may be on his way to Downing Street. It’s bad news for Boris Johnson in London, in London the poll showing Ken Livingstone closing the gap, all these cuts are clearly not popular and the government’s handling or mishandling of events over the past months. Well, they’re being punished and paying heavy price for the voters.
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Homework:

Well, the prime minister has endured a month or so of bad headlines, a botched budget according to critics, terrible opinion polls, the Abbot Catarda, farce as some MPs call it, now immune to the over laws reform, so what do you do? And it looked like a re-launch, he took to the campaign trail, he went to an aircraft factory in the west of England, not flying high anymore in the polls, the prime minister thought though to defend some pretty tough cuts that the government is planning, on top of those already announced.

What the government is doing is getting back to the key issues facing this country, they need to get on top of our debt and deficit to get our economy moving, but above all, to say, we’re on the side of those people who work hard, who wanna do the right thing for themselves and their families, we want to keep your taxes down, we wanna improve your schools, we want to reform welfare, it’s a government on your side, that’s what today is about.

Well, according to one concern of the MP, that’s  the last thing is on people’s side, now Dean Doris, the outspoken conservative MP has branded the prime minister and chancellor posh boys which she went further, she said," unfortunately, I think that not only are Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don’t know the price of milk, but they are two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others, and that is their real crime." well, those cuts were spelled out by the treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander, he’s calling a white hall department to go for even more savings, a new age of austerity.

"Under the new rules that I’m announcing, I’ve asked all departments to identify around 5% of their resource budget, but could be reprioritized if new pressures emerge or new policies have refunded, so there’s a shared understanding how it could be paid for.”

Well, the voters don’t like it according to a new poll for the Guardian, in the past week or so, we see big poll leads for labor, one as high as 11 or 12%, and the Guardian now has a poll showing a big slump in Tory support, conservatives down 6% on a month ago to 33%, labor up 5 to 41%, Lib Dems unchanged on 15%, and significantly other parties  up to 12%, so that suggests, UK panda, and perhaps the nationalists in Scotland and Wales doing well, so that’s an 8% labor lead, those local elections and the  mayor election in London are only about 10 days away, that’s labor’s highest poll rating for some time. That suggests that Mr. Miliband may be on his way to Downing Street. It’s bad news for Boris Johnson in London, in London the poll showing Ken Livingstone closing the gap, all these cuts are clearly not popular and the government’s handling or mishandling of events over the past months. Well, they’re being punished and paying heavy price for the voters.

tips:
1. botched  a.搞砸了的
2.farce  n.闹剧,笑剧
3. campaign trail  竞选游说之行
4. remorse  n. 懊悔,同情
5. contrition  n. 痛悔,醒悟
知足、感恩、奋斗
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Well, the Prime Minister has endured a month or so of bad headlines, a botched budget according to critics, terrible opnion polls, the Abbot Catarda, farce as some Mps call it, now immune to the over laws refrom, so what do we do? And it looked like a re-launch, he took the campaign trail, he went to an aircraft factory in the west of England, not flying high anymore in the polls. The Prime Minister sought though to defense a pretty tough cuts that the government is planning, on top of those already announced.

“What the government doing is getting back to the key issues facing this country that need to get on top of our debt and deficit, to get our economy moving, but above all, to say, we are on the side of those people who work hard, who want to do the right thing for themselves and their families, who want to keep your taxes down, who want to improve your schools, who want to reform your welfare. It’s a government on your side, that’s what today is about.”

Well, according to one concern of the MP, that’s the last thing is on people’s side. Nadine Dorries, the outspoken conservative MP has branded the Prime Minister and the Chancellor posh boys. But he went further, he said: “Unfortunately, I think not only are Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don’t know the price of milk, but they are two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others - and that is their real crime.” When those cuts were spelled out by the Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexandrer, he’s calling on white hall department to go for even more savings, a new age if austerity.

“Under the new rules that I’m announcing, I’ve asked all departments to identify around 5% of resource budget. They could be reprioritized if new pressures emerge or new policies have to be refunded. So there is a shared understanding how it could be paid for.”

Well, the voters don’t like it according to a new poll for the Guardian. In the past week or so, we’ve seen big poll leads for Labor, one as high as 11 or 12%, and the Guardian now has a poll showing a big slump in Tory support, Convervatives, down 6% on a month ago to 33%; Labor up 5 to 41%, Lib Dems, unchanged on 15%, and significantly other parties add up to 12%, that suggests UK panda, and perhaps the nationalists in Scotland and Wales doing well. So that’s an 8% Labor lead. Those local elections and the mayor election in London are only about ten days away, that’s Labor’s higest poll rating for some time. That suggests that Mr. Miliband may be on his way to Downing Street. It’s bad news for Boris Johnson in London, in London the poll showing Ken Livingstone closing the gap. All these cuts are clearly not popular. The government’s handling or mishandling of events over the past months. Well, they are being punished and paying heavy price for the voters.

[Homework]2012-04-28 英国保守党民意大失

Well, the prime minister has endured a month or so of bad headlines, a botched budget according to critics, terrible opinion polls, the Abbot Catarda, farce as some MPs call it, now immune to the over laws reform, so what do you do? And it looked like a re-launch, he took to the campaign trail, he went to an aircraft factory in the west of England, not flying high anymore in the polls, the prime minister thought though to defend some pretty tough cuts that the government is planning, on top of those already announced.

What the government is doing is getting back to the key issues facing this country, they need to get on top of our debt and deficit to get our economy moving, but above all, to say, we’re on the side of those people who work hard, who wanna do the right thing for themselves and their families, we want to keep your taxes down, we wanna improve your schools, we want to reform welfare, it’s a government on your side, that’s what today is about.

Well, according to one concern of the MP, that’s  the last thing is on people’s side, now Dean Doris, the outspoken conservative MP has branded the prime minister and chancellor posh boys which she went further, she said unfortunately, I think that not only are Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don’t know the price of milk, but they are two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others, and that is their real crime, well, those cuts were spelled out by the treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander, he’ll calling a white hall department to go for even more savings, a new age of austerity.

Under the new rules that I’m announcing, I’ve asked all departments to identify around 5% of their resource budget, but could be reprioritized if new pressures emerge or new policies have to be funded, so there’s a shared understanding how it could be paid for.

Well, the voters don’t like it according to a new poll for the Guardian, in the past week or so, we see big poll leads for labor, one as high as 11 or 12%, and the Guardian now has a poll showing a big slump in torrid support, conservatives down 6% on a month ago to 33%, labor up 5 to 41%, Lib Dems unchanged on 15%, and significantly other parties add up to 12%, so that suggests, UK panda, and perhaps the nationalists in Scotland and Wales doing well, so that’s an 8% labor lead, those local elections and the  mayor election in London are only about 10 days away, that’s labor’s highest poll rating for some time. That suggests that Mr. Miliband may be on his way to Downing Street. It’s bad news for Boris Johnson in London, in London the poll showing Ken Livingstone closing the gap, all these cuts are clearly not popular and the government’s handling or mishandling of events over the past months. Well, they’re being punished and paying heavy price for the voters.
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