The 1966 Election

The 1966 Election; why did Labour win?

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The 1966 Election; why did Labour win?
As the economy improved they were more trusted
England was preparing for a world cup finals at home
New Tory leader, Heath was still new to the job and appeared stiff and ill at ease and Wilson
found him easy to outshine in the commons
Labour won 48% of the votes and gained seats outside of their traditional northern industrial
areas

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