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Robert Halfon: Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat its mistakes,.

People say it is inappropriate to compare the Tories with the Nazi Party of 1920s-40s Germany – but the Tories themselves continue to invite comparisons:

The National Socialist German Workers Party, active in Germany between 1920 and 1945, was neither socialist nor a workers’ party – it merely used these labels in a cynical ploy to make it more attractive to working-class voters.

Now here’s Robert Halfon suggesting exactly the same idea.

Does he think we’re all stupid? And what does this say about the modern Conservative Party?

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