A small Oxfordshire town named Witney which is on the edge of the Cotswolds has this week been declared as being infected with a local Tory council. It is feared that if voters are not careful at the polling station at the next general election, this outbreak could become a pandemic spreading to London and then the world.
A spokesperson for the WHO said this morning that "when Toryitis strikes a towns council, the local residents can be sure of cuts to their local services and a loss of massive amounts of green space such as allotments, playing fields, sports grounds and hay meadows.".
Other symptoms of local government becoming infected by Toryitis are a lack of democracy, slowness and lack of action at Town Hall.
Unfortunately, there is not yet a vaccine to prevent Toryitis, however residents are being urged not to vote Tory at the next elections to prevent the outbreak reaching the countries capital, London.