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Worth 1000 words

December 2, 2019 8:00 PM

The picture that speaks 1000 words. 1000 words - square

"Hezza" - Michael Heseltine - prominent Conservative politician - former deputy party chairman and one-time deputy prime minister - now Lord Heseltine - calls on lifelong Conservative voters to put the country first and vote for what they believe in and what the Conservative Party used to stand for.

In the general election this would mean voting for Liberal Democrat or independent former conservative candidates opposed to Brexit.

Lord Heseltine said the prime minister is pursuing an "utterly disastrous" policy that will make Britain poorer and less influential.

He described Boris Johnson's promise to "get Brexit done" as "the great delusion" and warned that "no deal" was still a looming possibility.