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Designers often used sporting metaphors in their posters, seeking to harness sport’s popularity by linking their party to it. In this poster the sport is football and it encourages the electorate to put their vote for Labour ‘in the back of the net’. Cricket also featured in election posters during the 1920s

Sporting metaphors were often used in posters around this time. This was the third general election in under two years, and resulted in the first Labour prime minister, serving in a coalition with the Liberals. The year was

Labour Party, United Kingdom, 1935

Labour’s in a bit of a mess. From parliamentary turmoil to accusations (and now a wider perception) of irresponsible behaviour on social media, the Party is increasingly unable to bring to bear the…

"This might be the best picture of Jeremy Corbyn I've ever seen."

Jeremy Corbyn Read A Book To Some Children And Really Gave It His Best

"This might be the best picture of Jeremy Corbyn I've ever seen.

Can The Alt Right Crush Terror? Russell Brand The Trews (E419)

Can The Alt Right Crush Terror? Russell Brand The Trews

Swedish Social Democratic Party/Sveriges Socialdemokratiska Arbetareparti, 1964

Swedish Social Democratic Party/Sveriges Socialdemokratiska Arbetareparti, 1964

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