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May 3, 2012

Pride's Purge

Prime Minister David Cameron has urged people to focus on local rather than national issues when they vote in Thursday’s council elections, in case his party gets next to no votes at all.

He told ITV News that local Conservative candidates would “look after your area” and “provide value for money” as opposed to the national ones who don’t give a f**k.

The party gained more than 200 seats four years ago, but is expected to make losses after what it called a “tough couple of months” when the electorate suddenly seemed to wake up to the fact that the country was being run by a bunch of bungling dim-witted clowns.

Mr Cameron – who launched the party’s election campaign last month – has urged local activists to be “proud” of their record in office and to promote it on the doorstep in order to distract voters from the party’s ludicrously abysmal 

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