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Labour is to launch a brand new collection of assault movies badged “Conflix” as a spoof of Netflix to mark what it claims has been “14 years of Tory chaos”.

The new Conflix web site shall be launched at 7am on financial institution vacation Monday as Sir Keir Starmer and celebration activists rejoice big good points on the native elections together with victory within the West Midlands mayor race.

Labour mentioned that it “is proud to share the world-exclusive trailer of Chaos & Decline – a story of 14 years of Tory chaos, told over 5 long seasons.”

The story begins in opposition to a backdrop of a rose backyard the place David Cameron promised to ship “strong, stable, determined leadership.”

But Labour will spotlight what it sees because the damaging austerity of the Tory/ Lib Dem coalition “gutting our public services and creating chaos for working people.”

The account then picks up with the EU referendum as Cameron’s celebration started to fold in on itself and he “called it quits” following his Brexit defeat.

Rishi Sunak after which prime minister Boris Johnson at a cupboard assembly (Leon Neal/PA) (PA Archive)

It then follows the management of the Tory celebration being handed to Theresa May and season 2 is taken up by her makes an attempt at controlling a celebration locked in civil conflict.

Labour claims she was “too distracted by these internal woes, the NHS winter crisis started to become a permanent feature of our health services and the Windrush scandal erupted.”

The third season, Labour claims, is filled with “episodes of sleaze and scandal” with Boris Johnson’s premiership mired within the covid pandemic and subsequent allegations round partygate drinks throughout lockown.

Labour claims: “Boris Johnson acted like he was above the rules.”

Polling predicts the bottom Conservative vote share of this Parliament, decrease than beneath Liz Truss (Victoria Jones/PA) (PA Wire)

Season 4 follows the 49 days of Liz Truss and her mini-budget whereas the ultimate collection focuses on Rishi Sunak and the celebration civil conflict.

Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Paymaster General, mentioned: “The Tory chaos over the last 14 years has been like a tragic soap opera where every episode brings more psychodrama, scandals, and broken promises. There is a real cost to this, and it’s paid by the British people every day.”