Labour releases spoof version of Tory manifesto

7th November, 2012 3:30 pm

The Labour Party have today published an spoof version of the Tory Manifesto (called “Not” The Tory Manifesto 2010) with the strapline “It’s not what you’re voting for. it’s what you’re going to get.” The launch comes alongside a new microsite Stuff David Cameron Forgot To Say.

We’ve been playing around with it for the last twenty minutes – and credit where credit’s due, it’s pretty good.

Read the “manifesto” for yourself below:

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  • Doc!!!

    waste of our membership fees and resources, should be investing in top quality news print ground troops and a modern social media campaign 

  • LordElpus

    Aren’t all manifesto’s designed to be as bland as possible, with the odd point thrown in to make it look good. Much like the Labour manifesto that said that the basic rate of tax would not be raised – but never a mention of all the other tax rises Labour would implement.


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