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Conservatives launch 'Year for Change' campaign

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PhoneboxesPress release from CCHQ:

"For 24 hours, from midnight, an animation will be displayed on prominent digital screens at Piccadilly Circus in London, the CityScreen overlooking Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester, and above Glasgow Central Station. This will be followed by adverts in national newspapers, and a poster campaign across the country.

Commenting, Conservative Party Chairman Eric Pickles said: "2010 offers the chance for real change and a new politics - more about how we can work together to solve our problems and less about point-scoring and political dividing lines. I hope the Prime Minister calls the general election at the earliest opportunity in the new year so the people of Britain can cast their verdict on 12 years of Labour rule and vote for the change Britain needs."

See an example of the animation here.


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