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Opinion: You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig and you can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called change but it's still going to stink after eight years and the Tory Party can try calling the Labour Party the Nasty Party but the Tories firmly hold that spot on the British political scene.
This week unelected Tory Prime Minister Theresa May got a fairly easy ride at the party's annual conference. The mainstream media were kind and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was brought into the conference, virtually, to take heat away from the Tories. The Conservative government continue launching personal attacks as they are in truth a fractured government and policies are failing.
Wednesday Theresa May made her maiden speech to conference as party leader.
Corbyn was under attack from all sides for daring to take a few days away with his wife after what for him must have been a gruelling Summer.
But when he did comment Wednesday on May's speech he was lambasted again.
But he was spot on.
Theresa May and the Conservatives have fanned “the flames of xenophobia and hatred” during the party’s annual conference, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
The conclusion of many political pundits Wednesday was the Tory Party have become UKIP.
But UKIP was always a right-wing political party and in tune with the Tories. It simply attracted a cross-section of voters because it appealed to people sick and tired of the European Union.
So ahead of any potential General Election the Tories are looking at a rebrand.
Once again they claim they are the party of ordinary people but don't be fooled.
Theresa May had a secret meeting with multi-billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch the week before conference.
The Nasty Party, a.k.a. the Tory Party, is still the Nasty Party only now it is waging war on "foreigners" in the UK and Mr Corbyn is correct when he says this will fan the flames of xenophobia.
Many people voted BRexit for many reasons. Those who did so hoping the country would halt immigration and send foreign residents "back" home are a minority and Mrs May has now invited them to join the Conservative Party.
Once a nasty Tory party, always a nasty Tory party.
Jeremy Corbyn's response in a statement is a voice of reason during increasingly dark days:
"Conservative Party leaders have sunk to a new low this week as they fan the flames of xenophobia and hatred in our communities and try to blame foreigners for their own failures."
"In the UK, a woman has agreed to take on the task of carrying out Brexit. Theresa May does not take her position as Prime Minister lightly. She has undertaken great reforms to reindustrialise her country, to improve the education system, to make the social system fairer" said French far-right extremist Marine Le Pen on September 21 as she approved of Britain's new PM.
The Conservative Party is going to back to its roots as a right-wing political party while trying to portray itself as centrist. It is all about securing votes in any up coming elections and if you fall for the hype more fool you.
The big-money Tory party machine ensures the party appears united and well disciplined. Looks can be very deceiving as we all know.
And as Theresa May reaches to floating voters it appears anything goes.
Yorkshire woman Eileen Kersey is the creator, editor of, and writer at, NEW TEKJournalismUK world news and its associated websites; she has finally come out of the 'writing closet'.
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