The Labour Press Team has announced a new vote-winning policy that could have a momentous effect on the 2015 General Elections.
Owls. Owls for everybody.
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Either it's a head-turning policy that could give flight to Labour's polling chances, or it's tweet by someone in the press department who simply doesn’t give a hoot (sorry.)
The internet, of course, responded in glorious fashion...
Call now for your free owl! pic.twitter.com/RPTAOeoiqL— Ed Balls (@edbaIlsmp) June 19, 2014
— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) June 19, 2014ADVERTISEMENT
First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you. Then you offer them an owl.— Dan Hodges (@DPJHodges) June 19, 2014
Owls. Owls for everyone. pic.twitter.com/CkW6FsaVc9— James Offer (@joffley) June 19, 2014
I support Labour's plan to give every Brit an owl. Hedwig served Harry nobly, and now Royal Mail's been privatised this can save on postage.— Skylar Baker-Jordan (@SkylarJordan) June 19, 2014
Why is this Tory-led government so out of touch when it comes to owls? pic.twitter.com/XG35D2YsM2— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) June 19, 2014
They're paying for all these owls with the bankers bonus tax, aren't they?— Ben Rathe (@benrathe) June 19, 2014
Neil Kinnock approves of the new Labour policy: "Owlright.. we're owlright!" pic.twitter.com/Yrxdg66Gyq— Harry Cole (@MrHarryCole) June 19, 2014
But what about owls for women? Labour has since been accused of owl-based sexism. Why only "his"? Miliband has vital answers to question.
Can't believe people are overlooking fact Labour's new owl policy is sexist. Maybe that's what Harman & Alexander were arguing over...— Stace (@stackee) June 19, 2014
Some people are never happy…