What will Tories do about the National Debt? They’ll make it WORSE

Last Updated: May 31, 2017By

So much for the ‘party of economic competence’.

In seven years, the Conservatives (admittedly, with their little yellow helpers the Liberal Democrats for the first five) have managed to more than double the National Debt, while cutting public services left, right and centre.

Look at the policies in Theresa May’s ‘manifesto of misery’ (above). Based on your experiences of the last seven years, do you see anything in that list that is likely to reduce public debt? Anything at all?


All you see are plans to push the “have-nots” and the “just-about-managings” ever-deeper into poverty, while rewarding the already-rich.

Because Tories like to be cruel to the poor.

Here – this video will explain it for you:

Next time some Tory comes to your door, asking you to swallow a big lie…

Spit the facts into their faces.

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One Comment

  1. Dez May 31, 2017 at 3:02 pm - Reply

    Sheeple of the UK unite. Take the sunglasses off. She is no Margaret Thatcher not even a good lookalike….don’t believe the newspaper and media hype its another referendum Tory hype just for gullibles and lemmings. You will regret voting for her and her rich cronies. .

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