The continuing adventures of 3 banditos. Robbing the poor to pay the Rich:
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/. PM accused of ignoring the poor to protect the rich.
2/. Iain Duncan Smith opposes suggested £10bn welfare cuts.
He told the Times that welfare should not be “an easy target” and the government had “a responsibility to support people in difficulty”.
The government identified an £18bn reduction in welfare spending by 2014 in last month’s Budget.
Chancellor George Osborne says an extra £10bn cut in welfare spending would avoid extra cuts for other departments.
But when asked if he thought a further welfare cut of £10bn was acceptable, Mr Duncan Smith said: “My view is it’s not.”
3/. Cameron ordered back to Parliament. to answer questions.
The relationship between John Bercow and David Cameron hit a new low today, when the Speaker intervened in the Jeremy Hunt dispute to force the prime minister back to the Commons.
Mr Cameron had to cancel a local election campaign appearance in Milton Keynes so he could return to Westminster and answer questions from Ed Miliband on allegations of bias over News Corp’s bid for BSkyB. Commons SpeakerJohn Bercow approved an urgent question tabled by Labour demanding to know why the issue of Mr Hunt’s links to News Corporation has not been handed to independent adviser on ministerial interests Sir Alex Allan.
Only a tiny minority of voters agree with David Cameron’s handling of the Jeremy Hunt row, a new survey has revealed. A ComRes poll for ITV found just 16% of the public believe it is right for the media secretary to stay in his post, while 49% believe he should quit. Three out of five voters wanted an independent probe into whetherMr Hunt’s office passed information to James Murdoch’s office during News Corp’s bid for BSKyB.
4/. 82% think Government out of touch.
According to the press association. David Cameron’s Government is seen as out of touch by four in five voters, according to a poll. Only 18% regard the coalition as in touch with the concerns of ordinary people, the Angus Reid survey for The Sunday Express found. Some 82% feel that it is not.
The poll comes after Conservative MP Nadine Dorries criticised the Prime Minister and Chancellor George Osborne for being “two arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others”.
She said there was a clique at the top of the Government that prevented Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne “understanding or knowing what is happening in the rest of the country”.
5/. Lord Tebbit: Coalition accident-prone and lacks vision.
The coalition government is “accident-prone” and lacks vision, former Tory chairman Lord Tebbit has said.
He told the BBC that the coalition was “so absorbed” with staying together that it had little direction and the Conservatives, as “the dominant partner”, should assert themselves.
6/. Tories take a Pounding.
And we could not leave you without reporting from the aftermath of the Local council elections. Torys take a Pounding was the headline from Sky news who reported Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is “sorry” for all the “hard-working Conservatives” who have lost their seats in the local elections while Labour racks up a series of significant victories across the country.
On a bruising night for the Tories and Liberal Democrats, Labour claimed it was “exceeding expectations” by seizing control of key councils such as Thurrock, Harlow, Southampton and Birmingham. The Opposition also took Great Yarmouth, Chorley and Plymouth and a number of councils in Wales.
The Prime Minister suffered the added embarrassment of losing in the backyard of his Commons constituency – with Labour taking Witney Central, Witney East and Chipping Norton.
Ffeirio Says! The 3 Unwise Amigos , a group of wannabe bandits. Robbing the poor to pay for tax cuts for the rich.
The UK economy shrank by 0.2% between January and April, partly because of a big fall in construction. It is the second consecutive quarter of negative growth. UK is now regarded as being in the grip of yet another recession. Mostly due to the incompetent handling by our so called chancellor George O.
There was also the Shambles over the deportation of radical cleric Abu Qatada. Theresa May was lambasted by the media & MP`s for enjoying a celebrity high life party While Qatada defence lawyers launched an appeal against his deportation.
The Conservative culture minister Jeremy Hunt . was in serious trouble Over his relations with News Corporation. Dave C. has yet to relent to the inevitable tide of criticism and has so far refused to sack his beleaguered minister ahead of the local elections. both he and Cameron are now both in contempt of the ministerial code.
Most importantly of all the UK overwhelmingly voted against the Coalition, their handling of the economy, Benefit Cuts and Tory ideology rapped up as Austerity measures
Uk has said no to the pasty tax, Caravan tax, Granny Tax, charity tax & the 5p tax cut given to the richest 3% whilst the other 97% struggle to put food on the table. It seems everyone apart from the rich were getting a kick in by George O budget. Now it is the Coalitions turn to get a right drubbing from the electorate. But will the three unwise Amigos listen.
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- Ian Duncan-Smith attacks George Osborne’s extra raid on welfare (telegraph.co.uk)
- Bercow summons Cameron to the Commons (newstatesman.com)
- Jack Straw: People ‘not keen on real David Cameron’ (itv.com)