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My rich leftie neighbours must be in a state of psychotic denial — or stoned

Why else would they vote to wreck the economy on principle

16 May 2015

9:00 AM

16 May 2015

9:00 AM

The ‘I’m Voting For Chuka’ posters in my rich neighbours’ front windows pushed me over the edge. There is nothing so likely to galvanise one’s inner Tory than the sight of the biggest, poshest houses in the neighbourhood displaying left-wing conceitedness.

‘Of course they’re voting Labour, they’re the only ones who can afford to,’ said the builder (boy)friend, who had popped round to my house for supper.

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