"What do the tea leaves say? The Tea-Duty has gone! Vote Conservative" 1929 British Conservative Party election poster depicts woman looking into cup of tea smiling over cut in cost of tea / Boedleian Libraries, University of Oxford, UK
The Honourable Jacob Rees-Mogg is a British Conservative Party politician, who has been the Member of Parliament for North East Somerset since the 2010 general election. Rees-Mogg is on the Eurosceptic wing of the Conservative Party.
A British Conservative Party poster for the National Government coalition from the 1935 General Election. It depicts a gleeful child shouting 'Daddy's got a job!' with the caption 'Vote for the National Government'. Artwork by Fitzgerald
Esther McVey (1967-) is a British Conservative Party politician and MP for Wirral West since 2010, and Minister of State for Employment since 2013. She was previously a television presenter, businesswoman and the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Disabled People. She is single and has no children and gave her reason for that in an interview "that she never found anyone to wind her biological clock".
A poster for the British Conservative Party for the 2001 General Election. It reads ‘What have Labour ever done for the Police? Foxtrot. Alpha. Vote for common sense. Vote for Conservatives’. Foxtrot Alpha is the NATO phonetic alphabet code for F.A., or ‘Fuck All’.