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Election poster of the day

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little britain poster

So Gordon likes to refer to Little Britain does he?

The same scaremongering lies that David Cameron referred to last night have been printed on David Miliband’s leaflet which is being distributed around South Shields. Let us be clear the Conservative Party does NOT have any plans to to stop winter fuel payments, free prescriptions, or bus passes for our pensioners. Nor has it announced any plans to cut or close Sure Start Centre in South Shields, nor has it talked about cutting Child Tax Credits!

Somebody very high up in the Labour Party must have approved this scaremongering tactic, the same words have been used on leaflets across the country, no doubt paid for by Whelan’s fund from Unite. Every candidate using these leaflets (including David Miliband) ought to be thoroughly ashamed of themselves.

Our Labour (unelected and Scottish) Prime Minister, could not be brave enough to face up to the truth of the matter last night – and that speaks volumes!

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Written by curly

April 23, 2010 at 9:51 am

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  1. As a Labour Party local government election candidate I am sorry to disillusion you Curly but Unite are not paying for my election expenses. So presumably you are wrong.

    The question should be of course would John Major, in 1997, if he had won that election introduced free bus passes, the winter fuel allowance, Sure Start and Pensioner tax credits et al?

    It’s worrying that the National Minimum wage has not been mentioned yet by you.

    Also, now that you are in a whiter than white mode when did Gordon Brown wear those ‘chav’ clothes or is it just a made up lie?

    Neil Maxwell

    April 25, 2010 at 12:38 am

    • You obviously need to get to know Charlie Whelan a little better, I do sympathise 🙂


      April 25, 2010 at 9:16 am

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