Great gag line
Theresa May has criticised Labour’s draft manifesto because it harks back to the 1970s. The SKWAWKBOX contacted the Tory party for clarification and a spokesperson commented:
The problem with Labour’s manifesto is that it doesn’t go back far enough. Everyone knows that the Conservative party has achieved 1960s living standards, 1950s grammar schools and 1930s inequality, but we’ve also overseen a return to child poverty not seen since Dickens and since 2010 we created the most stagnant economy since the Napoleonic period. Corbyn’s 1970s plan lacks our grand vision.
We consider Jacob Rees-Mogg a dangerously modernising influence and he’s never knowingly left the 1800s. If Corbyn wants to be taken seriously, he needs to map out a return to feudal times at the very least – and that’s the line we’ve told the BBC to take.
Conservative policy consultant Davies Giddy looks forward to working with Lynton Crosby on the party’s…
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