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PL hit back, take cue from PN’s queue
Labour's quick thinking strikes again, this time to tell the PN where the long queues are today
4 August 2012, 12:00am
The new Labour billboards picture a long queue of people waiting for a service - such as an operation at Mater Dei Hospital - or an electoral promise made by the PN - such as the creation of 7,000 jobs through Smart City.
The billboards, totaling seven themes, have already been set up on the roads and are an answer to the PN's 'Labour won't work' billboards unveiled yesterday.
The PN is banking on the fear factor of a possible Labour electoral victory with new billboards that promise voters that 'Labour won't work' - lifting the landmark British Conservatives billboard 'Labour still isn't working' lock, stock and barrel.
In the PN billboard a long queue of people can also be seen.
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