British Conservatives party started their formal general election campaign with a message about Tax Bombshell.

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British Conservatives party started their formal general election campaign

The governing British Conservatives party started their formal general election campaign 2017, with their main message and focusing on the British economy on this week on Wednesday. They are aiming at the opposition Labour leader Mr Corbyn, with a banner warning of Hugh tax Bombshell if his party wins in the next month’s election.

British Conservatives party started their formal general election campaignOn Wednesday, the current parliament will be dissolved and the voting campaign is kicking off ahead of June the 8th election which the PM Mrs May has already said, that she called for the snap general election to make her hand strengthen so that she can negotiate an upcoming Brexit deal.

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A banner with Mr Jeremy Corbyn in the picture in front of a bomb, which emblazoned with few words as “More Debt, Higher Taxes”, meaning they are warning the public to realise that under the Labour government, “no bombs for our army but one big bombshell for your family.”

The poster of 2017, general election for Conservatives echoed another poster that used by the party in their 1992 campaign when the same party also featured a large-size of a bomb under the words of “Labour’s tax bombshell.”

Alongside the poster, the Conservatives also published a document, in which the party accused of the Labour party has made big spending and tax commitments, meaning their plan would cost the public finances at least £45bn by 2019/2020 budget year.