THERESA May has pledged not to raise VAT or to call a snap general election ever.
May made the promise to a room full of people who were already going to vote Tory anyway and were all happy to just ignore what she had said and keep acting like voting Tory was a good idea.
To wild applause May said: “I said there wouldn’t be a snap general election there won’t be one.”
The prime minister was then reminded by an advisor that she had already called a snap general election and that she should probably just try and pretend that she did not just say what she had said.
May added: “So, like I say, we won’t be raising VAT.
“And you can take that to the bank and cash it.”