Fortunately, the Tories haven’t yet figured out how to delete YouTube

While the Tory party may believe it can stand athwart history yelling 'stop', YouTube still exists.

It was reported earlier today by Computer Weekly that the Conservative Party has attempted to delete a 10-year backlog of speeches from its website, going back to the year 2000 and up until it was elected in May 2010.

Fortunately, while Tory party HQ may believe it can stand athwart history yelling ‘stop’, YouTube still exists.

6 Responses to “Fortunately, the Tories haven’t yet figured out how to delete YouTube”

  1. DanFilson

    gotcha”… people have heard those promises before form politicians … ” Gotcha!

  2. Diana Taylor

    You tell ’em George…

  3. Dick Askew

    Fantastic! Based on that, I shall definitely vote for them at the next election… 2010 did you say?

  4. Guest

    FOOLS FOR VOTING NAZI OH DID I SAY THAST OUT LOUD TUFF s@@t

  5. Paul Jenkins

    you can tell he’s full of shit .. look at the destruction of the UK 2010-2013 NAZI TURD

  6. Paul 保羅 باول Billanie

    I remember all the pledges from the debates from before the last election, they were all saying pretty much, that despite the cuts needed because of the deficit that front-line services would not be cut…which is pretty much what did happen although they will say it is because the local councils did it.

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