Subject: Is Reform UK ready to be the third force in UK politics? - Dated: 11th Dec
Elections are not usually won on political policies, not that politicians understand that. The like or dislike or performance of the two main party leaders is more likely. However, in light of the present government's inability to solve the problems of the NHS, immigration and the cost of living, there is little confidence that the Labour Party could solve them either. Enter right, Reform UK. I see little problem with Reform UK taking some votes from disgruntled Tories, but they need to convince Labour voters their radicle approach will really benefit the people of Britain to break the mould of two party politics.