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The Tories - For a privileged few - The choice from Labour

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Ahead of the Conservative Party conference the Labour Party has published a briefing document, setting out how the Tories stand only for a privileged few. The document looks at the Conservative’s record and the threat posed by five more years of David Cameron.

“Working people across the country know the truth going in to Conservative Party conference: Britain can’t afford five more years of David Cameron.

“The Tory plan has failed. Too many people are treading water, working harder just to stay afloat, worried that the next generation are finding it harder to get on than the last.

“Working people are an average of £1,600 a year worse off under the Tories. Family energy bills have been allowed to rise by over £300 since the election. The average age of first time buyers has now reached 33. George Osborne once said we were

“all in it together”, but in government he and David Cameron have judged success by the satisfaction of a few at the top.

“This week we know the Tories will present a plan for a privileged few, not for everyday working people.”

 

Tory Conference Briefing - The Choice

 

 

 

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commented 2014-09-29 22:47:37 +0100
Once again Osborne has hit the working poor hardest, by freezing (cutting) many benefits, whilst at the same time saying that if you can afford to save you need not pay tax at all.
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