Fictional Austerity Documents ⎮ The Ransom Note ⎮ The Shopping List ⎮ The Track Record ⎮ The Recipe for Mayhem ⎮ The Welfare Bill ⎮ The Benefits Cheque ⎮ The List of Demands
Cameron promises the "good life" for working people at manifesto launch
If you want to buy your own home; if you’re raising a family and need help with childcare, we are there for you #VoteConservative
Every single step we took - all opposed by the Labour Party. And they would do it all over again. Let's #SecureTheRecovery
Everywhere you go, you always take your lectern with you #MeAndMyLectern
Sir John Major: "This turn-around has been achieved through the teeth of Labour’s opposition."
"Three days to go. Twenty-three more seats to win. Let's get out there and do it." @David Cameron's speech in Bath
More jobs, more apprenticeships, more of your own money in your pocket - all key to our plan for the next 5 years
"We’ve come a long way together in five years." Read and share this important article by @George_Osborne
PM: The SNP would act as "the chain to Labour's wrecking ball". Read more - #ChallengersDebate
Cutting across party lines, 'hardworking' is the most ubiquitous piece of austerity rhetoric: hardworking people, hardworking taxpayers and hardworking families. Hardworking suggests a negative mirror in society - an image of those who do not deserve our help.
Letterpress printed for hardworking authenticity.
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