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Theresa May sends OAPs letter asking for donations to the Tory party addressed “Dear Mr F***ingjoking.”

 

An elderly couple have received a letter from Theresa May asking for their support in the upcoming local elections addressed “Dear Mr Fuckingjoking.”

Their neighbour posted it on social media, along with the enclosed form asking for a donation to the Conservative Party that she says accompanied the rude missive.

“Trying to argue they can run the country when they can’t even work mail merge,” said Laura McCormack, adding, “my elderly neighbours were more than a little upset to be addressed in this manner.”

The letter signed Theresa May, complains that “Labour’s organisation was better in many seats,” and says “we cannot allow them to succeed.” Hailing the Government’s Brexit progress, the rudely addressed letter asks for donations for the upcoming Conservative local election campaign.

A Conservative spokesperson said “it is unacceptable that this letter was sent out and we apologise for any offence caused.

“We are currently investigating this matter to ensure it does not happen again.”

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1 Response

  1. scarlet banner

    This was probably some poor sould on ‘work-fare’ being forced to do the job,lets face it who wouldnt do the same? maybe we should be asking why they got the letter at all? likely they are one of the few tory members left.

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