A British Conservative Party poster for the National Government coalition from the 1935 General Election. It depicts a gleeful child shouting 'Daddy's got a job!' with the caption 'Vote for the National Government'. Artwork by Fitzgerald
A poster for the British Conservative Party for the 2001 General Election. It reads ‘What have Labour ever done for the Police? Foxtrot. Alpha. Vote for common sense. Vote for Conservatives’. Foxtrot Alpha is the NATO phonetic alphabet code for F.A., or ‘Fuck All’.
"What do the tea leaves say? The Tea-Duty has gone! Vote Conservative" 1929 British Conservative Party election poster depicts woman looking into cup of tea smiling over cut in cost of tea / Boedleian Libraries, University of Oxford, UK
Lord George Francis Hamilton GCSI, PC, JP (17 December 1845 – 22 September 1927) was a British Conservative Party politician of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who served as First Lord of the Admiralty and Secretary of State for India. Hamilton was the third son of James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Abercorn and Lady Louisa, daughter of John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford, and was educated at Harrow. He served with the Rifle Brigade and Coldstream Guards, achieving the rank of lieutenant…
Margaret The Magnificent: We Desperately Need More Leaders Like Her
Apparently only conservatives and others on the right can be obstructionists, according to Roget’s Thesaurus. Included in the list of obstructionist synonyms are “right-winger,” “right,” and “rightist” and ”Tory,” the British conservative party.
13 election posters the Tories would prefer you forgot about