[Image ‘fixed’ by John Prescott.]

Let’s have a quick reminder of what the Tory manifesto launch revealed, shall we?

A major issue in the manifesto is the plan for a “Dementia Tax”, using the value of people’s houses to pay for their in-home care – to be paid after the cared-for person has died. Labour’s Angela Rayner clarified the situation on the BBC’s Question Time:

Here’s how one caller to LBC reacted to it:

And there’s this:

David Schneider has a satirical take on what to do:

The manifesto promises less money for the National Health Service. Here’s one response:

Free school meals will disappear under a Tory government, leading to a new nickname for Mrs May:

The Tories have promised to build 500,000 new houses, if elected. How well have they managed over the last few years? Here’s your answer:

Cartoonist Steve Bell had this to say about Mrs May’s manifesto – and its obvious undertones:

If you want an all-encompassing picture, try this:

Or this:

This last one is hard to watch, but I think it makes a very important point about the kind of country Theresa May talks about, and the kind of country that she and her Con cronies actually create:

That is how people feel about Theresa May, her party, and their miserable manifesto.

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