The Conservative Party's annual conference started on Sunday in Manchester and it's clear the #PigGate scandal is still threatening to over-shadow any actual politics.
Pig masks, posters and banners were a familiar site at the #No2Austerity march in the city's centre.
— Stephen Hull (@stephenbhull) October 4, 2015
They of course relate to a story in a book written by Lord Ashcroft in which it is alleged David Cameron inserted his genitals into the mouth of a dead pig.
The march - organised by the TUC - is expecting to see up to 80,000 people.