The TTG (Toxic Tinge Group) hardly needs any further help to look politically bankrupt after the Quitters accepted three Tory jumpers on board with flawless records of voting for cuts to some of the country’s most vulnerable people.
But LibDem leader Vince Cable has offered it anyway, airblasting away any thin, lingering vapours of Quitter credibility by offering them an electoral pact.
Speaking to BBC News, Cable spoke gushingly of his relationship with Anna Soubry and his excitement about working with the TTG and reminiscing fondly of his party’s time in coalition government enabling the Cameron government to begin the destruction of the UK’s social fabric and cohesion:
Cable claimed shared values with the TTG. Well, they do all have impeccable track records as political chancers and austerity-enablers, so it makes sense that he wants to get the band back together with its revised line-up.
The outlines of a new ‘More of the Same Party’ are growing clearer.
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