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Here's another political online game for you to enjoy - Tory Invaders.

Based, unsurprisingly, on Space Invaders, you control Tony Blair, who fires rockets out the top of his head to strike hordes of cascading William Hagues, Michael Portillos, Anne Widdecombes and Francis Maudes.

The mothership on the top of the screen is - who else? - Maggie Thatcher.

The game's actually quite playable and follows the same style as Space Invaders - across the screen, getting faster etc etc etc. Give it a whirl; forget about that weekend sunburn.

Inicidentally, I've got the top score at the moment.

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