Theresa May previously inefficient Home Secretary became UK Prime Minister.
She introduced £12bn Welfare cuts which Osborne planned. Now, before Christmas she let the Universal Credit roll which stops payment for six weeks. Graciously she reduced it to five weeks.
It seems May is only following orders of Cameron and Osborne although they both left Parliament but May still carries on with their plans. Why? Would she lose her job if she decided differently? Both £12bn Welfare cuts and UC will be devastating on disabled and poor, starving, homeless people but the Tories do not care.
DAVID CAMERON PUTS ON
SO MUCH WEIGHT
IN ONLY THREE YEARS
WHILE FAMILIES ARE
IT TELLS YOU ALL
After a questionable win of GE2015 David Cameron resigned.
Theresa May is now Prime Minister but cuts in Welfare are still implemented as laid down by Mr Osborne and Mr Cameron. There is no change. People are starving and homeless but now there are new cuts coming in on 1 April 2017 while £209bn for Trident and £70bn for HS2 train are available. No funds for NHS and schools which are in financial trouble.
After years of devastating governing by the Conservatives mainly and their coalition partner LibDem it is obvious that they haven’t got a clue or better still all for themselves. Therefore it was not a surprise David Cameron did not know the price of a loaf of bread stating he is making his own, no not even that, surely it must be his staff making his loaf of bread. He could not exhaust himself early in the morning by putting in the ingredients and then pressing the button. He also does not even use the flour from the supermarkets not even organic flour but special flour from Cotswold. It must be GM free which his ministers praise and trying to convince the public there is nothing wrong with GM grown products. It costs £4.38 for a 1.5kg bag. If there is nothing wrong with GM grown products why spend so much money and have the same food? Chancellor George Osborne does not get his burgers from McDonald around the corner but delivered by taxi from a restaurant miles away
AMBITION TO BE
Boris Johnson, when he was Mayor of London, is none the better when asked how much a pint of milk cost; he answered £0.80 on the TV interview on Monday Newsnight. The interviewer Jeremy Paxman corrected him it was £0.40. It is again no surprise when he earns £250,000 a year and called it “chickenfeed” which indicates that he has other incomes and much, much bigger. He also spends £1.57million on spin doctors and David Cameron £1.45million. Are the hard-up taxpayers footing the bills for that? Definitely.
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These are the kind of people who agree with cut backs and trying to lay down the law telling the already hard-up public how to run their lives. It proves they have not got a clue or do not want to have; which is not a surprising with incomes and backgrounds they have.
While David Cameron’s children get their bread made in a top range Panasonic £139 machine with £4.38 for a 1.5kg of flour for their breakfast many children haven’t even got a breakfast before they go to school because their parents can’t even afford a standard loaf of bread and their parents rely on the school meal for them to be fed. This situation is the result of years of government by the Conservatives and the LibDem. They ought to be ashamed of themselves.
In spite of it all the Prime Minister spoke in his final speech about building an economy to bring down the debt and hope for a better future. The public heard by now so many promises and it is not surprising too many people lost their trust, according to the opinion poll, in the government and their politics. Yet David Cameron, including his spin doctors, still handing out promises by the bag full. Are they not aware of the mood of the public? At least their spin doctors should be.