There seems to be something of a difference of opinion among the tenants of 202 Exeter Street. SEE ALSO: Oliver Colvile claims he’s in Belfast while voting in the Commons Picture: Jake May
It seems the main parties are having some difficulty erecting their expensive billboards in the, errrr, correct constituencies. Guido highlights the case of Labour candidate for Lancaster Cat Smith, whose poster with a massive ‘Lancaster Labour’ strapline was put up in Carlisle, 60 miles away.
Scrapbook has fixed the latest Tory poster … Ed Miliband in Alex Salmond's pocket would mean chaos for Britain. #VoteConservative http://t.co/i9tyT04JHr pic.twitter.com/zBCIYGenwp — Conservatives (@Conservatives) March 9, 2015
So the Tories have launched their first paid billboard poster of the general election. It’s produced byM&C Saatchi, stewarded by Thatcher’s favourite ad gurus — and not a reheated Lynton Crosby effort from ten years ago. A recovering economy. Don't let Labour wreck it! pic.twitter.com/dKCcT8Earh — Grant Shapps MP (@grantshapps) March 2, 2015 Thankfully, the party […]
Labour’s general election co-ordinator Douglas Alexander in email to party supporters at the weekend: “The differences between our campaign and The Tories’ have never been clearer, and these don’t just reflect different budgets — they reflect different approaches to winning this election. “We’ll focus our campaign on issues, not personalities — we won’t run any billboard […]