Karen Bradley: Nothing to say.

Look at this car crash of an interview – Theresa May was too cowardly to talk about cuts to the police service so she sent Culture Secretary – Culture Secretary! – Karen Bradley to do it instead. Of course, she had nothing to say:

Ms Bradley is only the latest Conservative candidate to put her foot in her mouth – or make a similarly huge mistake – over the last day or so. It seems they are all hell-bent on self-destruction…

Or they are so arrogant, they think you will vote for them, no matter what they do.

So, at a time when people are up in arms about tax avoidance by the rich, the Tory candidate for Harrow West part-owns a tax avoidance firm:

The Tory candidate for South East Cornwall has said she is “pleased we have food banks”:

Manchester Withington Tory candidate Sarah Heald slapped a microphone out of a reporter’s hand when she was asked a question she didn’t like:

Home Secretary Amber Rudd interfered with a hustings event when an opposing candidate was making a speech about her involvement in arms sales to terror-funding Middle East country Saudi Arabia:

Arrogant Conservative candidates sent out leaflets to voters in Merseyside that quoted The Sun – a ‘newspaper’ (allegedly) that has been rejected by readers in the area ever since it lied about the Hillsborough tragedy:

At the time of writing (11.45am, June 5), Theresa May has been on television, lying about her support for the police. She’ll cut the number of personnel in the service if elected again:

Her comments about counter-terrorism are utterly undermined by her own behaviour. She has close links with terrorist-funding countries:

And of course, Iain Duncan Smith – the scourge of defenceless sick and disabled people – let the mask slip while discussing tax, talking about “What we are trying to get away with”:

In his case, he already got away with the deaths of thousands of innocent people.

The Tories have gone too far. It is up to us not to let them go further.

Please vote on Thursday – and vote Labour, to rid our democracy of the Tory stain.

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