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'Cameron will take Britain back to the 1980s'

The Guardian reveals the winner of the competition Labour HQ ran to design an anti-Tory poster...

Labour-campaign-poster-fe-001The Guardian writes:

"It depicts David Cameron as Gene Hunt, the politically incorrect star of Ashes to Ashes, the BBC TV series set in the early years of the Thatcher era. He is pictured above the words: "Don't let him take Britain back to the 1980s." The Tory leader is wearing snakeskin boots and sitting on the bonnet of the red Audi Quattro made famous by the show."

I think it makes Cameron look pretty cool tbh.

Tim Montgomerie

8.30am: MyLabourPoster:


2.45pm update:

The Conservatives have unveiled an official rebuttal of the new Labour poster, which will be appearing on exactly the same digital poster sites as the Labour ads in London and Manchester - before the Labour ones even make it up there...

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