Commemorate May’s conference car-crash with spec-edition t-shirt

Theresa May’s would have hoped her speech to close the Tories’ annual conference in Manchester would be a reboot of her and the Tories’ electoral credibility. Instead, it gave car-crashes a bad name, with the P45 incident, the cough that wouldn’t quit, the ‘F off‘ incident and the fact that the only good line in her speech was lifted almost verbatim from an episode of The West Wing.

In ‘honour’ of the event that turned her tattered credibility into dust-motes, the SKWAWKBOX has added a commemorative design to our merchandise range. Available as a t-shirt and as a hoodie, the new design satirises – but only just – the Tory chaos that Mrs May seemed to be channelling personally:

bulding a cutry

The reverse carries the SKWAWKBOX text with a white edge – shown below on a black background for clarity:

skwawkbox white edge on black

If you’d like one, you can order here. If you do, don’t forget to tweet a picture of yourself wearing it and tag @skwawkbox so we can enjoy it with you.

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4 responses to “Commemorate May’s conference car-crash with spec-edition t-shirt

  1. I’d love to be able to buy that T-Shirt but all my little, available cash is going to my local group of pixies who are trying to prevent the government killing all the badgers in two cull zones in my county.

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