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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Let’s not have to turn out the lights

‘The Steeple Times’ reimagines The Sun’s 1992 election winning front page and urges readers to vote Conservative

 

In 1992, The Sun is credited with turning John Major into a winner when they ran a front page carrying the headline: “If Kinnock wins today will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights”. Today, Britain faces the same dilemma and in urging our British readers to consider this today, we suggest the same given the prospect of the disaster that would follow if we elected an Ed Miliband-led government

 

Let’s not have to turn out the lights
The Steeple Times reimagines The Sun’s 1992 General Election day front page and suggests: If Red Ed wins today will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights

 

Whilst it was The Sun Wot Won It” in 1992, the last thing we need in 2015 is a “Two Kitchens” hypocrite potentially wrecking our country. Be sure to vote wisely today: If you don’t, you might be faced with the prospect of being asked, as the last person to leave Britain, to turn out the lights.

 

 

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Comments

5 comments on “Let’s not have to turn out the lights”

  1. The choice is simple, we either carry on moving forward with a Conservative Government and leverage up on the amazing gains made in the last 5 years or slam into reverse under Labour. The prospect of Miliband running this country and plunging us back into a 1970’s style semi-socialist state is truly terrifying, especially when this country and it’s economy are starting to come good. I hope people do the sensible thing today and vote Conservative even if they never have before, it is the only sensible option for this country to keep moving forward.

  2. From what I see and hear Miliband is not competent to chair a Cabinet or run a government let alone deal with an emergency such as floods or an international crisis. If the ‘party of envy’ does win a majority, they will have to replace this blow dried fantasist with a proper leader. However, they are all infected with the envy bug so the best thing is to hope they fail to form a government.

  3. There was possibly a rougher primary school in South Wales than the one that I attended; but one would have been hard pressed to find it

    There was a young boy there at the same time as me who spoke proper, which was a great disadvantage given the circumstances

    This boy – Christopher Potter – turned out briefly to be Britain’s most powerful man in that was the lobby correspondent for the Sun during the Thatcher years

    Christopher; nick named ‘ Painless Potter ‘ by such as Kelvin Mackenzie, Michael Buerk and Richard Littlejohn sadly died very early of an incurable cancer

    Would that Christopher were still around to witness this, and to just be still around

    to see a mention …..Google Christopher Potter lobby correspondent for the Sun…..
    Margaret Thatcher remembered- BBC

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