Partick punter wades into General Election debate as they politely warn people not to trust Tories : Daily Record.

The sign on Coopers Well Street in Partick (Photo: Glasgow Living/Instagram)

 

 

One Partick punter has made their feelings clear in the lead-up to the General Election with an alternative manifesto message.

But rather than advising people to choose the SNP, Labour or the Greens, people are being warned off trusting the Conservatives with their vote.

A sign which reads ‘Theresa May talks pish! Don’t vote Tory’ has been hung on a construction fence in Coopers Well Street near the bottom of Byres Road in Glasgow’s Partick area.

While Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour manifesto was laid out over 124 pages in a bid to offer an alternative to the Tories, the sign writer managed to get their own General Election message across in just seven words.

 

The banner echoes a similar political stunt in the area last summer.

A vandal branded Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson “a pure f****y” after he led Britain’s vote to leave the EU on June 23.

The banner echoes a similar political stunt in the area last summer.

A vandal branded Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson “a pure f****y” after he led Britain’s vote to leave the EU on June 23.

A cheeky vandal made their feelings clear about Boris Johnson’s appointment as Foreign Secretary following the Brexit vote last year (Photo: Hollie Cameron/Twitter)

The latest UK polling figures predict the Tories are on course to comfortably win the General Election while the SNP are expected to dominate the vote in Scotland.

Link : Daily Record.

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