January 6th, 2018 And how come that the majority of CON gains were in Remain areas?
One of the ongoing narratives over the past year has been that Labour is particularly vulnerable on Brexit because about two-thirds of its constituencies voted leave in the referendum in June 2016.
This has continued even though Labour made inroads into the Conservative base on June 8th and only lost 5 seats.
What is interesting is looking at the referendum outcomes in the 28 seats that Labour gained from the Conservatives in the general election. Remarkably 15 of them were in areas that voted LEAVE. These were:
Tamil Nadu Government : PENSION – Contributory Pension Scheme – Accumulations at the credit of subscribers to the Contributory Pension Scheme (both Employees and Employers Contributions) – Rate of interest for the financial year 2017-2018Saturday, February 17 2018
Tripura State Government: Pre-planned attack launched by IPFT(NC) group miscreants on Sri Ramendra Debbarma, CPI(M) candidate for 12-Takarjala (ST) constituency and CPI(M) Local Committee office at TakarjalaWednesday, February 14 2018
Finance Department – Loans and Advances – House Building Advance – Sanctioned to Sri K.Adinarayana, Deputy Secretary to Government, Finance Department towards H.B.A.(Site-cum-Construction) – Release of 2nd instalment – Sanctioned – Orders – IssuedThursday, February 8 2018
Tamil Nadu State Government News : PENSION – Contributory Pension Scheme – Accumulations at the credit of subscribers to the Contributory Pension Scheme (both Employees and Employers Contributions) – Rate of interest for the financial year 2017-2018Friday, February 2 2018
Statutory Boards/State Transport Undertakings – Payment of Adhoc Bonus to the employees in ‘C’&’D’ groups in Statutory Boards and Pongal Prize to Pensioners/Family Pensioners of Statutory Boards/State Transport UndertakingsFriday, February 2 2018