Will Halfon’s ladder become the Conservative Party logo?

Politics / Thu 26th Oct 2017 at 01:00pm

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has always believed that the ladder is the most accurate symbol of his parties philosophy.

Now it could be that the Conservative Party could see its logo change in a bid to better represent “workers” and “low-income voters”.

Senior Conservative MPs are campaigning for the image change, reports The Telegraph, though the party has not confirmed a rebrand will happen.

The existing logo, which has been in use since 2006, contains a tree symbol filled with the pattern of the Union Jack flag. Prior to this, the party’s logo held a torch symbol.

Mr Halfon has also allegedly suggested additional parts to a ladder logo, such as a pair of hands alluding to someone “climbing” it, and a safety net that would “catch them if they fall”, according to the Telegraph.

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3 Comments for Will Halfon’s ladder become the Conservative Party logo?:

2017-10-27 09:31:35

A greasy pole would be more appropriate. The only people the Tories are helping are the filthy rich.

2017-10-30 11:17:45

Well, there must be an awful lot of the filthy rich - the Conservatives received the highest number of votes in a general election for three decades. and it is the top 1% of earners who pay 27% of all of the income tax. And millions have been taken out of paying tax altogether.

2017-10-30 15:44:20

No point trying to reason with the TUC scrawler SC. He's indoctrinated with leftie spite against anybody who would vote Tory or any other party. They are totally opposed to freedom of choice, never mind what slithery Jezza spouts, along side the delightful Abbott.

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