Tight Briefs week two: Vote for the best Conservative Party rebrand

On Friday we set our readers the second Tight Briefs creative challenge, this time asking them to rebrand the Conservative Party, and once again we were flooded with brilliant creative ideas. Now it's your turn to pick the winner.

We hit upon this brief because last week the Tories revealed plans to start promoting themselves as the Workers' Party in a bid to change their image. As you'll see, our readers had some alternative ideas as to what they thought would constitute an appropriate new identity for them.

Now we want you to choose this week's Tight Briefs winner by clicking the Like button next to your favourite entries. The one with the most votes by 3pm on Thursday 6 March will be our week two winner and will be shortlisted in a special Tight Briefs category at this year's Chip Shop Awards.

Big Party

By Andy Stanton at Toucan

Feel Blue

By Lee Nash

1,000 Cuts

By Robin Chandler

Comrade David

By Martin Enright

In it Together

Julien Lesage at Brett-Lesage

Conservatory Party

By Chris Bogin at Toucan

Neverending Tories

By Lee Nash

Remember when...

By Dave Barton

Conservatives

By Liam Biesty

Conserva-Tory

By Dave Barton

Conservative Club

By Steve Howling

Right behind you...

By Dean Harding

Honest, Guv!

By Frank Duncan

Two faced coin

By Gerry McEnroe at Toucan

'Hard' Working People

By Katie Hurst

Honesty. Our new policy 1

By Lee Nash

Honesty. Our new policy 2

By Lee Nash

Boys in the Hood

By Luke Davis

Eat Cake

By Matt van der Walt

Pounds and pennies

By Daniel Brittain

All for some...

By Matt van der Walt

Free Download...

By Mike Carter

We Try

By Rebecca Rowlands

Conservative Zone

By Ross Brechin

Working With You

By Simon Painter

A Small 'C'

By The Lines Man

Not Available

By Tom Lindo

Out of season

By Giles Edwards at GaspWe will reveal this week's winner on thedrum.com on Friday. For more Tight Briefs in the meantime, check out the most popular entries from week one.And remember that as well as taking part in Tight Briefs, you can submit any ideas you like into this year's Chip Shop Awards, which are open for entries until Friday 14 March.

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