How to respond to Tory voters when they say they’re ‘saving us from ourselves’ [OPINION]

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Written by : ED SYKES

If you know any Tory voters, bad luck. You’re probably tired of trying to draw blood from a stone, and sick of them saying they were voting for ‘stability and security’ back in June; mainly because that’s precisely what most people have not got from the Tories in recent years. And you only need to look at some of the new figures from this week to know exactly how to respond the next time they say they’re ‘saving us from ourselves’.

Voting for stability and security? Really?

In the run-up to the 8 June election, Conservative politicians pushed their vacuous ‘strong and stable’ catchphrase into virtually every sentence. And many Tory voters dutifully repeated those words.

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