Tory graphic about fuel duty cut is ruthlessly ridiculed online

Last Updated: March 25, 2022By Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

You may not think it looks too bad.

But the Tory advert doesn’t explain the mechanics of the 5p per litre fuel duty cut, which may not be noticed at the pumps because it will take a while for retailers to finish selling what they bought at the old prices – and by the time the new stuff come on, the wholesale price is likely to have risen again.

Worse, for some, is the apparent amateurishness of the design:

It seems this is one case in which the medium really is the message.

Source: The Tories made a graphic to explain fuel duty cuts and it’s being mercilessly mocked

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