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Tory 'Contract' was a Con Trick, here's why...


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Do you remember this newsletter (below) from David Cameron and the Conservatives?

It was published when they weren't looking like winning in 2010 and were begging for your vote. It contained what they called a "contract" between the Conservative Party and the British people, telling voters that they would reduce immigration "to the levels of the 1990s – meaning tens of thousands a year".

Well over the last 48 hours we've learned it wasn't a contract. It was a con trick. Click on the image below to view the full Tory CONtract. 

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Net migration is now 16,000 higher than when the Tories took office. Watch the video below for more.

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The figures, along with Mr Cameron's hodgepodge of a speech this morning, prove the Tories have been an abject failure, despite countless promises to the public.

So let's hold them to their side of the "contract" which read: “If we don’t deliver our side of the bargain, vote us out in five years’ time”.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage: "Mr Cameron put his signature to a contract in 2010 which stated that if he failed to bring down migration, the British people should kick him out. Those are his own words. 

"Now it's been revealed that net migration is up on when the Tories took power, I think it's about time the British public held him to that bargain, and kick him out."

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