Want to know why the papers are printing lies about Labour policies? Here’s the answer

Have you seen the front page of the Tory-loving Daily Mail? Here it is:

And this is the front of the Daily Torygraph I mean Telegraph:

And just for good measure, here’s a story from Mail Online:

All these stories have one thing in common (as you can see from the stamp on the Mail Online piece:

They are all false; not true. Fake news.

Do you want to know why they are suddenly popping up? Here’s the reason:

That’s right – the Tories’ rubbish election campaign has got them into trouble with the voters, so they are relying on their friends in the press to bail them out by poisoning public opinion against Labour.

The stories listed above are lies; shall we see some facts about what the Conservatives have already done to people in the UK?

Try this:

Let’s tie that video into another comment about Labour – this one is factual:

[Image: Another Angry Voice.]

“Systematic abuse of disabled people” – that’s a fair description of what you saw in the video, I would say.

And how about some more facts, about what Labour will do? Here they are:

You’d have to be really gullible to believe the Tory papers.

Vote Labour on June 8. Don’t believe the liars.

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6 thoughts on “Want to know why the papers are printing lies about Labour policies? Here’s the answer

  1. Andy Carling

    I don’t know if you have any control over the adverts that appear on your page but it’s more than a little ironic that the advert below the article is for The Mail.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      You have more control than I do; the adverts are supposed to be geared to suit YOUR reading habits.

  2. Dez

    Poor soul. Read ‘n weep you Con lovers. How dare a member of humanity be subject to this appalling state. For what? A state of austerity bought on by some poncy overpaid bank gamblers. Worse we may hear next that been declared fit to work by the Cons SS troops.

  3. trev

    So Labour are now in favour of scrapping Benefit Sanctions. Good. Quite a u turn. It was only a couple of years ago, under miliband, that Labour HQ told me that theybelieved Sanctions were a “vital tool” in helping people back to work, & that was the main reason I didnt vote for them. gladto see theyve changed their minds.

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