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Bonkers Blog February 2015

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4 February (Part 3) - First local election leaflet hits the doormat

I received my first General Election leaflet this afternoon. It was from the Conservatives and the headline makes what I consider to be a valid point. That the Tories are less inclined to be anti-English than the other two long established parties.

Anna Firth the Parliamentary Candidate for Erith & Thamesmead says she has launched a local referendum. I see no sign that she has, she is no more able to organise a referendum than I am and whatever the result it counts for nothing and will influence no one. I really don’t like politicians who set out to lead me up the garden path. She will be hard pressed to retain the Tory vote at this house with shady tactics like that.

I’ve already watched a neighbour put her copy in the recycling bin but mine will be the first entry in my GE2015 folder - or you can go straight to the new leaflet by clicking here.
The back of the leaflet covers nine more standard and unsurprising Tory policies; not the slightest clue as to how the ambitions will be funded or achieved is on offer.


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