The spoof posters produced by young Tories at York University and published by Scrapbook at the weekend were cringeworthy but ultimately benign. It’s a pity the same can’t be said for material to emerge subsequently, which was deleted in haste from their Facebook group:

We’re sure Tory high command will be, erm, thanking the committee for producing literature with David Cameron crowing over the recent hike in university fees. Indeed, the student society has something of a reputation for rebelliousness with its chairman being expelled from the party last year for urging voters to support UKIP in the European elections.

Don’t hold your breath on that graduate role at CCHQ, lads.

UPDATE: The offending Facebook group has been made private. [RING RING] “Hello, this is CCHQ. Can I speak to the society chair, please?”

Hat-tip: the enterprising David Levene

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