New laws to target non-Tory voters

David Cameron is to set out a string of new powers aimed at tackling dangerous extremists who did not vote Tory, saying the UK has been a “passively tolerant society” for too long.

The PM will tell the National Security Council that he has had enough of pinko socialism and wishy-washy liberals meddling in the country’s affairs saying it is high time the Conservative Party showed them how to run things properly. The new laws will be used to close down premises such as working men’s clubs, Bingo halls, public houses and other places used as a place of worship by extremist non-Tories.

Opponents worried that the new legislation would infringe on people’s right to free-speech were left speechless when BBC home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw was taken outside and shot in the head in front of his wife and children.

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Posted: May 13th, 2015 by

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