With less than two days until the polls open, this is the stupidest move yet from our weak and wobbly would-be Tory PM.

Theresa May has always hated the Human Rights Act, and has been planning to scrap it for many years. Remember the proposed Bill of Rights, that would have given the Conservatives carte blanche to dictate exactly what we plebs are and are not allowed?

Now she has said she will strip us all of our human rights, in order to take new powers on herself to deport foreign terror suspects and exert power over suspected extremists who are believed to be a threat but against whom there is not enough evidence for a prosecution.

You know that if she starts ripping up human rights legislation, she won’t stop with restrictions on terror suspects.

This is Theresa May.

She would clamp down on everybody who isn’t a rich Tory or Tory donor.

Of course, we all saw through it straight away:

We haven’t been distracted.

We know what Theresa May is.

And we know what we have to do.

No matter where you live, your Conservative candidate is not worth your vote because a Conservative government will undermine your rights as a UK citizen. No politician should be allowed to do that.

Jeremy Corbyn won’t.

That’s why we’re voting Labour on Thursday.

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