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Northern Heckler, 9/2/10 Conservatives’ one-man band is way out of tune Kevin Maguire, Tribune, 6/2/10 Political advertising gone nuts J.Brooks Spector, Daily Maverick (South Africa), 5/2/10 Será este um parlapatão do calibre do nosso?Tory Rascal, 10/2/10 The Tories posters just get worse and worse Hopi Sen, 10/2/10 New Tory ad campaign already spoofed Sunny Hundal, 10/2/10 New Tory ad backfires Will Straw, Left Foot Forward, 10/2/10 The Tories' new poster: myth and reality George Eaton, 10/2/10 Tory poster campaigns were 'asking for it'...

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Well, almost Will Heaven, Telegraph, 29/3/10 Labour taps supporters' skills in general election poster competition Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 29/3/10 Amateur hour: Crowdsourcing the campaign Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC News, 29/3/10 The Tories' campaign is stuck in a time warp Clifford Singer, Evening Standard, 26/3/10 The Tory message isn't working... " Daniel Nogal, Pardon (Poland), 3/3/10 Seven Tory hiccups on the road to the general election Guardian, 1/3/10 Cyber spoofs launch digital election war Maurice Chittenden, Sunday Times, 28/2/10 Tories' election posters ridiculed by mickeytaking website Victoria Murphy, Mirror, 22/2/10 Has the political poster virtually had its day?

so Saatchi has been called back in Andy Mc Smith, Independent, 26/3/10 Dos publicistas mejor que uno Daniel del Pino, Público, 26/3/10 Conservatives to lose the election…. Alastair Campbell, Times, 22/2/10 Yes we can: Labour election campaign to adapt Barack Obama's blueprint Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 19/2/10 Spoof website My David calls it a day – is this a Tory victory?

uk gets the treatment Simon Jeffery, Guardian, 12/5/10 General Election 2010: The best election ad campaigns Stephen Armstrong, Guardian, 10/5/10 The influence of television on the general election Peter Bazalgette, Guardian, 10/5/10 So was it an internet election? S.-style election policies, practices Peter Goodspeed, National Post (Canada), 7/4/10 Political posters beyond parody Rowenna Davis, Guardian, 6/4/10 Class act: why Britain's Tories could still lose Mark Colvin, The Drum, ABC (Australia), 1/4/10 Labservatives - the latest merged party from the Lib Dems Simon Jeffery, Guardian, 30/3/10 General election campaign 2010: in posters Guardian, 30/3/10 With the Tory lead slipping, the nasty party is back in town – panicking Martin Salter, Telegraph, 30/3/10 Hit & Run: Here's one I made earlier Simon Usborne, Independent, 30/3/10 The Saatchi brothers have created a Tory campaign poster that's spoof-proof.

sees return of the campaign poster Christopher Werth, Marketplace (syndicated US radio), 29/4/10 Report on progressive Conservatism Agenda, SVT (Sweden), 18/4/10 () Have I Got News For You BBC1, 1/4/10 Russell Howard's Good News BBC3, 26/3/10 () Trevor Mc Donald Meets David Cameron ITV1, 14/3/10 () Net experts on political power Daily Politics, BBC2, 11/3/10 Andrew Marr reviews newspapers with Jane Moore and Greg Dyke The Andrew Marr Show, BBC1, 28/2/10 () One Show on political posters The One Show, BBC1, 18/2/10 My David Cameron and Tory Bear discuss political spoofs and online campaigns Sky News, 15/2/10 My David Cameron on BBC 5 Live Breakfast report and interview BBC Radio 5 Live, 3/2/10 Hot Chip's pick of the week The Review Show, BBC2, 29/1/10 The art of political graffiti This Week, BBC1, 28/1/10 Spoofed! Candidates' Digital Efforts Fall Short Paul Sonne, Wall Street Journal, 4/5/10 Seb Bacon: We’ll ask the questions Gillian Bowditch, Sunday Times, 2/5/10 Satire & mash-ups - unpredictable election posters Emma Thelwell, Channel 4 News, 15/4/10 Poster girl in unionist PR war Sharon Ferguson, BBC News, 14/4/10 Web 2.0: the new election superweapon Gaby Hinsliff, Observer, 11/4/10 The mouse and the house David Torrance, Herald Scotland, 11/4/10 Traditional media still rule in age of Twitter Maija Palmer and Tim Bradshaw, Financial Times, 9/4/10 Vote 2010: slaps, spoofs and skulduggery Emma Thelwell, Channel 4 News, 9/4/10 General Election 2010: never underestimate the power of the internet Matt Warman, Telegraph, 7/4/10 Britain adopts U.

and the poster spoofs begin Samira Shackle, News Statesman, 29/3/10 A chance to design Labour's next poster Alistair Campbell, 29/3/10 Saatchi? Paul Richards, Labour List, 28/3/10 New Tory poster as Saatchi lays on the sarcasm Jon Bernstein, News Statesman, 28/3/10 It was My David Cameron that lead to a Hung Parliament? The Yorkshire Ranter, 28/3/10 The Tory message isn't working..Saatchi has been called back in The Osterley Times, 26/3/10 It was My David Cameron that lead to a Hung Parliament?