With odds as low as 6/4, the possibility of a second General Election in 2017 cannot be ruled out. Labour can clearly rely on a good proportion of the older working class vote, students, and the benefit community. Having seen footage of their recent rallies, they also appear to have virtually cornered the market for quirky characters with flamboyantly coloured hair and / or multiple piercings. How do they now reach out and build upon this to secure the required increase in vote share in critical constituencies beyond the traditional Labour strongholds?
What general policies do you feel could tip the balance in their favour amongst the more mainstream UK electorate? If not a typical Labour voter, what can they offer that would convince you as an individual to vote for them next time?