The food was to be donated to a food bank – if Theresa May doesn’t take it for herself first [Image: i-Images].

I’m not sure the Conservatives will have understood the intention behind this.

To paraphrase the Metro: Food was dumped opposite the doorstep of Downing Street to protest against Universal Credit and austerity measures.

The pallets full of food were stacked on Whitehall on the eve of Philip Hammond’s 2017 Budget announcement.

The protest was organised by anti-austerity group the People’s Assembly, with the hopes of highlighting the message that thousands more people could be forced to rely on food banks this winter following the chancellor’s Budget.

Here’s RT’s report on it (strangely, I couldn’t find anything in the UK’s mainstream media, apart from the Metro piece. Odd, that):

Trouble is, if Theresa May sees a huge amount of food piled up on her doorstep, I reckon she’ll get the wrong idea…

And take it all in as the menu for her next banquet with some miserable media monster like Murdoch or Dacre.

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