Monday, 26 April 2010

Labour withdraws 'sick’ David Cameron poster

On the night of the televised foreign affairs debate, Labour published as the main image on its official website a photomontage of the Tory leader pushing a wheelchair in which William Hague was seated.

Their faces were pasted on the bodies of two characters from the popular BBC comedy series Little Britain. “They’ll turn Great Britain into Little Britain,” says the caption. “Under the Tories, Britain would have less influence on the world stage.”

Mandrake understands that party officials removed the image from the website after
they received complaints about its tastelessness.



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