Is this the problem with the Tory appeal to young voters?

“Be normal” was Matt Hancock’s message to young Conservatives who have been tasked with attracting other young voters to the Tory banner.

There’s just one problem with that: they are, quite clearly, not normal at all.

The way they dress, the way they talk, the way they act – all point to a life of extreme privilege that has made them insensitive to the fact that people from other areas of society will find them – and I’m sorry, but someone has to point this out – ridiculous.

At least they’re not trying to lie to us about what they are, though.

That makes them a huge improvement on their party’s actual representatives – or indeed, past representatives… like Hancock.

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