The continuing adventures of 3 banditos. Robbing the poor to pay the Rich:
So predictable has the blundering exploits of the 3 unwise men that is Dave C, George O & Nick C . And Joined in their escapades by the rest of their coalition banditos. We have decided to condense the vast amount of material. In order to give them their very own weekly column. Once again we could have found a whole raft of gaffs, u-turns, Scandal & bungling. Here are just 6 of the best.
1/. Omni Shambolic;
Prime Minister Dave Cameron admited on Monday that his government must improve its performance after opponents branded ministers shambolic for a series of blunders that crowned the worst month yet of his two-year premiership.
Lampooned by the media as a government that cannot cope with the detail of running Britain, Cameron’s approval rating fell this month to the lowest level since his coalition government came to power in May 2010.
Cameron said that ministers had to make difficult and sometimes unpopular decisions to reduce the budget deficit which peaked at 11 percent of gross domestic product in 2009-2010, the last year of the Labour government.
But he admitted the government should do better after days of explaining oddities such as the intricacies of taxation on pies or why ministers botched an attempt to extradite a radical Muslim cleric, Abu Qatada.
2/. Get a grip ministers tell PM;
Ministers need to develop a clearer overall direction to prevent the impression of a rudderless government, according to MPs.
The Commons’ public administration select committee has published a report criticising a ‘strategic vacuum’ at the heart of the coalition government, which is united around a commitment to reducing the deficit.
The report acknowledged that the Conservative and Liberal Democrat government faces “very severe economic and political challenges”. That has seen the coalition’s leaders criticised by its backbenchers, including Nadine Dorries calling David Cameron and George Osborne “arrogant posh boys” yesterday.
3/. Tory Backlash over Dave & George;
Nadine Dorries failed to improve her prospects for career advancement today when she branded David Cameron and George Osborne “two arrogant posh boys”.
The Tory backbencher, who has won a reputation for career-wrecking parliamentary interventions with her outbursts in the Commons, appeared to reiterate Labour arguments that the coalition is out of touch with ordinary voters.
“There is a very tight, narrow clique of a certain group of people and what they do is they act as a barrier and prevent Cameron and Osborne and others from actually really understanding and knowing what’s happening in the rest of the country,” she told BBC 2′s Daily Politics programme.
“I think that not only are Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don’t know the price of milk, but they are two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition, and no passion to want to understand the lives of others – and that is their real crime.”
4/. Cameron v Murdoch;
Rupert Murdoch on Saturday mocked the UK government‘s “mad” plans to lend more money to the International Monetary Fund and criticised its energy, education and tax policies after arriving in London ahead of his appearance at a media inquiry next week.
5/. Labour calls for Jeremy Hunt to resign;
Labour has called for Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to resign after Leveson Inquiry evidence appeared to show his support for News Corp‘s bid for BSkyB. During evidence from James Murdoch, the inquiry discussed News Corp emails that appeared to show Mr Hunt had privately expressed support.
Labour leader Ed Miliband said Mr Hunt had acted as a “back channel” for the Murdochs and should step down.
“Jeremy Hunt should have been standing up for the interests of the British people in fact it now turns out he was standing up for the interests of the Murdochs,” Mr Miliband told the BBC News Channel.
“He himself said that his duty was to be transparent, impartial and fair. But now we know he was providing advice, guidance and privileged access to News Corporation.” Mr Hunt only took over responsibility for overseeing the BSkyB bid after Business Secretary Vince Cable was stripped of the role, having been secretly recorded saying he had “declared war” on News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch.
6/. New opinion polls lowest ever for Cameron;
New opinion polls reveal the lowest public support for the Conservative party since coming into government in May 2010.
The polls by the Guardian/ICM and the Sun/YouGov reflect a difficult month for the government. The Sun puts the Conservatives at 32%, Labour at 43% and the Lib Dems at eight per cent.
The Guardian puts the Conservatives at 33%, Labour at 41%, and the Lib Dems at ten per cent.
The Sun poll also suggests that Ukip has overtaken the Lib Dems, putting the eurosceptic party one point ahead of the junior coalition partners.
Ffeirio Says! Do we have to say we told you so. What an incompetent leadership. Collectively they have created their own blundering mess, These college boys have managed to stir up so much public backlash against themselves and their half cocked poorly thought out policies. Thank you Dave & George for making my job so much easier.
To add to their misery even more woe. It was announced yesterday that our economy is being mismanaged not being held in the safe hands that George. and the rest of his Tory chums would have you believe, because officially we are now classed as being in a double dip recession. Makes you wonder if this gang of Etonian yobs could organize a p*** up in a brewery.
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