Tory MP tries to smear Labour but ends up taking his own party down instead | EvolvePolitics.com

In a social media faux pas, Conservative MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham Daniel Kawczynski made a tweet aimed at smearing the Labour Party’s record on the economy. What he didn’t realise is that instead of proving Labour are reckless – it highlighted that his own party have overseen a huge increase in national debt during their time in government.

The picture in question shows the first large increase in national debt in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis – but it also demonstrates how the Conservatives have failed miserably on their promise to get debt under control.

After realising his tweet inferred his own government were as useless as a chocolate teapot, Kawczynski swiftly deleted the picture.

Source: Tory MP tries to smear Labour but ends up taking his own party down instead | EvolvePolitics.com

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4 thoughts on “Tory MP tries to smear Labour but ends up taking his own party down instead | EvolvePolitics.com

  1. Justin

    Well Done, a tory that has told the truth, something that we all know anyway, perhaps this might also highlight to the companies that are paying osbourne and cameron loads of money to talk hourly tosh and are even being gullible enough to take osbourne on something to think about, perhaps this needs to be something else that should go on the pretty red bus of lies.

    well done tory boy, least we have one of them prepared to show the truth lol

  2. Barry Davies

    So the unnecessary demonisation of the disabled sick and unemployed has only lead to more debt, maybe if instead of using money to try not to ensure these groups can actually live they would do do better considering their needs.

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