A blog by Luke Akehurst about politics, elections, and the Labour Party - With subtitles for the Hard of Left. Just for the record: all the views expressed here are entirely personal and do not necessarily represent the positions of any organisations I am a member of.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Vote NHS

Labour has launched an excellent new campaign website: http://www.votenhs.com/. The site compares waiting lists now and since 1997 and shows the massive improvements that have taken place in every part of the country, and promotes the concept of a new NHS guarantee- that if your doctor thinks you may have cancer you get the tests you need, with results, within a week.

The Party has also produced this new ad on Cameron's deceptive stance on the NHS - public spin that he is very pro-NHS but this is contradicted by the fact he would scrap the cancer guarantee:


9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, why so subtle?

Just dig up the Cons' "Demon Eyes" on TB, switch images, and you've got down to the lowest common denominator.

Pity Gorgon can't do two-faced.

The poor useless drug-addled autistic bastard can't even do tears in emotionally coherent human.

5:16 pm, February 09, 2010

 
Blogger Grogipher said...

I will be voting for the NHS.

But that's not Labour, nor the Tories.

5:17 pm, February 09, 2010

 
Anonymous Ricky Tomlinson said...

BBC say the 500,000 nusiance canvassing phone calls made by Labour were automated but we all know it was Luke Akehurst

6:45 pm, February 09, 2010

 
Blogger Mark Still News said...

Is this Boris Johnson doing his mountaineering 1st assault in the blue?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh62wh0ziU4&feature=related

10:05 pm, February 09, 2010

 
Anonymous isle of man farms said...

It does look a bit too subtle, people might only see the left side and walk away.
Mind you that shows the advert respects people's intelligence to look at it more closely.
The tory posters in 1992 were criticized as being too subtle.

12:23 am, February 10, 2010

 
Blogger opus said...

I'm a bit confused.
Surely both bits were done in public - otherwise how would you know about them?

How can Labour know about a Tory "secret" - or perhaps it is not really a "secret" in which case the poster is meaningless...

Like I say - I am confused....Or maybe it's just too subtle for a simple chap like me...

11:21 am, February 10, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This will be the campaign to stop Labour's cuts to A&E's across London would it??

10:35 pm, February 10, 2010

 
Anonymous Clapton Ali said...

Here is a great link to Cameron's airbrushed poster.

And here is a link to make your own!

2:59 pm, February 11, 2010

 
Anonymous Clapton Ali said...

Malcolm Tucker, the spin doctor from The Thick of It and In The Loop makes a brilliant contribution on this issue (inspired, no doubt, by our blessed Luke Akehurst).

3:08 pm, February 11, 2010

 

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