“Cameron even contradicted himself in his speech! At one point he said, “Every bit of government waste we can cut… is money we can give back to you.” Then he went on to add: “If we don’t get to grips with the deficit now, we are passing a greater and greater burden of debt to our children.”
But we all know that Waste is not being cut, it is rising rapidly under this coalition Universal Credit and the Chaos at DWP ia just one of many examples oh and as for the deficit that has doubled and will continue to rise under this Government
So David Cameron wants us to believe further public spending cuts will be used to ease the tax burden on the proles, does he?
He must think you’re stupid. Are you?
Exactly one month ago (February 5), the Institute of Fiscal Studies reported that Cameron’s Coalition government will be less than halfway through its planned spending cuts by the end of the current financial year, as Vox Political reported at the time.
These are the cuts that the government considers vital in order to bring the nation’s bank account back into some kind of balance in the near future.
If Cameron abandons the “long-term economic plan” his Tories have been touting for the last few months, in a bid to bring voters back on-side, it means he will want to make even more cuts if he is returned to office in 2015.
We can therefore draw only two possibilities…
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