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The Conservatives are looking for a new logo. In America they use animals: an elephant for Republicans, donkeys for the Democrats. So which animal best represents the Tories?

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SEE SOME OF YOUR SUGGESTIONS MADE UP INTO MOCK LOGOS

Here are some of the many suggestions we've had so far:


A wily old Fox gently holding a Chameleon in its jaws, blending the old with the new , and the possible excitement of future changes.
Paul Rose, London

How about Kaa (the snake in the film Jungle Book) Those big hypnotic eyes and the seductive song 'Trust in me, only me' seem appropriate, but I doubt if the Tories will think so.
Sue Vaughan, Cumbria

There is only one animal suitable for the Tory emblem - the weasel, deceitful and sly completely appropriate.
Lindsey Dedden, Vernon
 
The cat that got the cream. A sleek blue, purring Burmese.
Janice Small, Sevenoaks

The correct animal for the tories must surely be Dr Dolittle's Push-Me-Pull-You, the two-headed llama whose two halves were so connected that they had to work together to go anywhere.
Victor Salvest

David Cameron's 'New' Tory party should surely be represented by a wolf in a blue-rinse fleece.
Tim Grant, Leicester


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