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Tories launch investigation after only 88% of ads found to be misleading

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An independent review has revealed that only 88% of Facebook ads paid for by the Conservative Party in December contained misleading claims.

Responding to the report by Factz Checker, a non-profit organisation that works to debunk fake news while promoting premier satirical content, Boris Johnson vowed to launch a “full and thorough” investigation. 

The prime minister was posing as a milkman this morning in the hope of banging out a vote or two from the housewives of south Yorkshire, when he told reporters. 

“My team have worked around the clock to ensure that all of our advertising accurately reflects the lies I set out in our manifesto and most importantly makes sure I can get Brexit done.

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“If this report is correct, and 12% of our adverts have not misled the public then, of course, that puts getting Brexit done at risk and is a very serious matter.

“But I urge the people of this great country to ignore the half-truths of the 12% that slipped through the net and believe in the blatant lies of the 88% before voting, for me, to stop the dither and delay and get Brexit done.

“Now if you’ll excuse me, Brenda at number 42 is expecting a special delivery of Boris’ blue top, and I hear she is a bit of a swing voter. Woof!” 

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