The image above appears in a number of newspapers, including the Mail on Sunday.  According to the Independent on Sunday, "vans showing the "tax bombshell" poster will drive around busy shopping areas in central London."  It continues:

"200,000 leaflets warning that government borrowing will soar to £100bn by 2010 will be handed out at commuter stations and target constituencies."

George Osborne commented: "He is taking the British people for fools if he thinks they can’t spot the difference between a tax cut and a tax con."


Meanwhile the Labour Party has launched its own campaign.

It attempts to portray David Cameron as an economically illiterate schoolboy.  Click here.

1pm: Nineteen second animated version of the Tory campaign.

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