Many people were visibly shocked at the result of the 2015 UK General Election.
Was it through people’s fear of resurgent Nationalist parties that gave the Conservative Party a totally unexpected, although slim majority – or are the emerging stories of Ballot boxes being found unopened, and hundreds of thousands of ballot papers being stolen en route to districts where UKIP candidates stood a good chance of winning, more than just rumours?
Is the sudden and unexpected popularity of the Conservative party at the polls, a true reflection of the British electorate, or is there more to the result than the British people are being told?
If the document below is genuine, it shows that the Conservative Party has spent £114,956,21 on it’s Facebook profile alone, and £36,710,20 was spent on purchasing Facebook ‘Likes’ in order to make the Conservative Party appear more popular on social media than they actually are.
Which then asks the question, how much money has been spent elsewhere to ensure a favourable result for a political party that in reality, attracted only 36.9% of the overall vote?
And what exactly did they get for their money?