Tory slammed for ‘misleading’ leaflet mistake From The Argus
Ms Caulfield apologised for the blunder on her website and thanked "eagle eyed" locals for spotting the "technical error". Conservative field campaigner Mark Hill also told The Argus the figure was "a mistake".
fake Michael Kors Lewes hopeful is not the only Sussex Tory to have riled residents with false information on their campaign leaflets.
Down the road in Plumpton,
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Statistics from Lewes District Council show the actual increase is less than 1%.
But resident Peter Baker said: "The ferry service is kept going by
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Ann De Vecchi, Norman Baker’s election agent, said: "I’m
fake Michael Kors afraid this is part of a pattern of misleading contents of Tory literature, all of which seem designed to boost their chances in this constituency."
Maria Caulfield told The Argus: "It is a shame the Lib Dems are campaigning so negatively during this election.
"I am determined however to keep running a positive campaign that will focus on local issues and outlines what I would continue to do if elected as the local MP and how a Conservative Government would continue the economic recovery of the country."Articles Connexes：