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23 February 2011

Lib Dem jokes #397

By Jon Bernstein

Courtesy of the latest issue of Total Politics, freshly redesigned (ditto its website). As told by Labour’s Lord Dubs to TP‘s Amber Elliott:

Somebody phones up the Lib Dem headquarters and says: “I’d like a copy of the Lib Dem manifesto.”

The guy answers, “I’m sorry but we’ve sold out.”

The caller replies, “I know you’ve sold out, I just want a copy of the manifesto!”

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UPDATE: Good gag from Balwal in the comments below (and Unimpressed, you’re spot-on). Anyway, keep the political jokes coming . . .