Tory chair Brandon Lewis is upset. He sent a rather dreary survey to his constituents – or to be precise, according to locals, to his affluent constituents in an area with high levels of deprivation – asking them about their priorities – so far, so humdrum.
But a graphic designer in his constituency took exception to the circulation of the survey and its detachment from the reality of Tory Britain and decided to design his own version, which is a lot more entertaining – and far more reality-based – than the original.
Mr Lewis got his undies in a bit of a bunch about the spoof survey and made an issue out of a little ‘pithy’ language in it when a local Labour councillor pointed expressed his amusement:
A couple of excerpts from the survey were included in a report by a local paper, but the SKWAWKBOX is delighted to bring its readers the full document for their enjoyment:
And for those who might be curious, this blog is also happy to confirm it has no problems with the language in question 8 – although a personal favourite is ‘Which animal do you hate the most?’.
Enjoy – but please do be aware that sharing this widely is likely to annoy the Tory party and particularly its chair.
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