Professor of clinical psychology, at the University of Sheffield, Richard Bentall wrote to the Electoral Commission last week to say the Brexit Party logo, of a right pointing arrow, is an ‘unfair advantage’ towards Farage’s party
But whilst these allegations are being investigated. Garden Centres all over the country are reporting sudden increased business.
Since 1986, the logo for the Labour Party has been a Red Rose
“Sales of garden plants, BBQs, ornamental water features and solar lights, have gone through the roof since the announcement of the European elections”, stated Mike Burks, Chairman elect of the Garden Centre Association, “A particularly pleasant surprise has been the increased sale of red roses, especially those named after famous celebrities. For instance, the glorious, but thorny, ‘Darcey Bussell’, looks magnificent in full bloom, up against a fence, at this time of year and a ‘Little Flirt’, is bringing a flush of colour to many a flower bed up and down the country.”
The Liberal Democrat Symbol is a Golden Dove
“The GCA don’t encourage the selling of livestock”, Mr Burks went onto confirm, “so precise indicators to Lib Dem performance are not clear, however, going by the lack of sales of our ‘Yellow Gilded Dove’ wind spinners and Nick Clegg’s memoirs (available at £0.99) it does seem to spell bad news I fear. ”
Labour Leader, Jeremy Corbyn is a keen Gardener
“The Labour Party is keen to support all horticulturists and gardeners everywhere, but any subliminal messaging in our logo, is purely coincidental”, responded Jeremy Corbyn, from an allotment fence, somewhere in North London, “But perhaps I can get Keir Starmer to negotiate a discount on my Forced Rhubarb paraphernalia”, he smirked, cheerfully.
Brexit Party Leader, Nigel Farage
“The only Rhubarb I see, from the Leader of the Labour Party, is what doesn’t come out of his mouth”, joked Nigel Farage, who when asked about the allegations of subliminal messaging in the party logo, responded by whipping out a gold fob watch and repeatedly droning “Look into my eyes, look into my eyes, look into my…….”