Labour’s Deputy Leader Angela Rayner has unveiled her latest venture: a washing powder range aptly named “No More Tory Scum!” The launch has sent ripples through the political and domestic spheres alike, sparking both hearty laughter and raised eyebrows.

Rayner, known for her fiery rhetoric and unapologetic stance against the Conservative Party, decided to channel her political fervor into the household cleaning aisle. The washing powder, packaged in bright red boxes with the bold slogan “No More Tory Scum!” emblazoned across the front, promises to “cleanse your laundry of any lingering Tory residue.”

At the product launch, Rayner was all smiles as she presented her new line to the public. “For too long, we’ve let Tory grime infiltrate our lives,” she declared passionately. “Now, with ‘No More Tory Scum!’ washing powder, we can all ensure our clothes are as clean as our political conscience.”

The product claims to be environmentally friendly, cruelty-free, and designed to tackle even the toughest of stains, much like Rayner’s approach to political debates. The campaign features humorous adverts showing people washing out blue stains from their white shirts, symbolically representing the removal of Conservative influence from their lives.

Critics, however, have been quick to respond. “This is just another stunt from a party that’s lost touch with reality,” quipped a Conservative MP. “But if they’re so good at washing things away, maybe they can start with their own policies.”

Supporters of Rayner, however, have embraced the new product with enthusiasm. “It’s a brilliant piece of satire and a useful household item,” said one Labour supporter. “Plus, it’s about time we had a detergent that fights for the working class.”

The launch of “No More Tory Scum!” washing powder has undoubtedly added a new dimension to the political discourse, blending domestic chores with political satire in a way only Angela Rayner could. Whether it will clean up in the market remains to be seen, but it’s certainly given the public something to talk about – and a reason to do laundry.

As the product hits the shelves, one thing is clear: the battle for the soul of the nation has now extended to the laundry room. So, if you’re tired of Tory stains, Angela Rayner’s got the detergent for you. Just don’t expect it to remove all traces of Brexit.