We’re all really starting to get a grip on what five more years of Conservative government will mean – under Theresa May or any of her miserable ministers.

The following are taken at random from Friday’s social media posts, starting with one that should be too much for anyone to accept:

Tories set their priorities according to the amount they want not to spend, rather than how it will help the people of the United Kingdom. So they decide to end the winter fuel allowance for 10 million pensioners. How many will die as a result?

Many Tory policies are completely uncosted – they’re clueless about how much they’ll be costing the country.

But they always have money for foreign wars, don’t they?

Members of the public are right on-side – here‘s an entire article asking who on Earth would want to vote Conservative (be warned – it’s sweary).

This nine-year-old is never likely to vote Tory, it seems:

And it seems unlikely this lifelong Tory voter ever will again:

There is a better way, of course. Just take a look at the contrast between Tory priorities and those of the Labour Party – the organisation that leading Tories and their cheerleaders in the mass media and local communities has tried to tell you is unfit to govern:

It isn’t even a choice, is it?

Vote Labour on June 8 – for all our sakes.

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