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Cameron rules out 'mansion tax' The " We are in it together " catchphrase has proven to be worthless, because it is only the less well off whom are suffering the Austerity measures taken and the effects of them.

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Inconsolable T. (53)
Sunday October 7, 2012, 10:25 am
The " We are in it together " catchphrase has proven to be worthless, because it is only the less well off whom are suffering the Austerity measures taken and the effects of them.

Those making the austerity decisions are not effected by their actions, nor are the wealthy, nor are those whom played major roles in causing this recession.

If the " We are in it together " is to mean what it says and not be just empty words, then all those responsible, should give up their out of proportion incomes, the various other financial rewards and assets they receive, this includes Cameron and all MP'S etc.., and for them to live and be affected by austerity along with the rest of those in the UK.

Inconsolable T. (53)
Sunday October 7, 2012, 4:01 pm
" We are all in it together ", no we are not, and the evidence is below

Chancellor Osborne Rules Out 'Mansion Tax' -

10bn welfare budget cuts planned -

Inconsolable T. (53)
Monday October 8, 2012, 10:44 am

Osborne continues to look after the well off and to attack the less well off.

Osborne and others continue to live on another planet and be totally out of touch and arrogant, he says the british people are by the side of the conservatives, though it is fact the british people are not,

Chancellor George Osborne has vowed to slash another 10bn from the benefits to the less well off

His intention to slash the welfare budget further on top of the 18bn in cuts already in motion

Mr Osborne defended the move to slash the top rate of tax

Ipsos Mori shows just 27% of people are satisfied with the Chancellor's performance, this 27% are obviously the well off whom remain untouched by and are at no risk from the effects of the austerity.

Qsborne has yet again come out with the " we are all in it together ", this is only something that he and his out of touch bunch believe, they are clearly arrogant or ignorant or both, to not realise the british people know these words are rubbish.

The british people know there are savings that can be made, stop the billions given away in aid to foreign countries


bev G. (128)
Monday October 8, 2012, 4:27 pm
wlel hes not gonna take himself is he? cos of all the big property him and t-ssers have. greed. cudent care less about us, once they are in power, we are just peasants to the Government ,us peasants who are keeping the Country going ove rthe years if it wasnt for us..... ..Charity certainly aint beginning at home here. We are going back to the old days of yore, when germs were rife, they thru they piss and poo out the window.

Sue McGuey (105)
Tuesday October 9, 2012, 6:08 am

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Wednesday October 10, 2012, 7:04 am
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