Over the past few weeks I have been listing some of the cuts that have been made or are being proposed. Well, I’ve had enough, as it’s just getting far too depressing & frightening. It's all too clear that the future under this ConDem shower is pretty grim. And anyone who thinks the gap between rich and poor is bad enough already, all I can say is you ain’t seen nothing yet!And a Mirror investigation has proved what people have been saying all along, that it will affect those on lower incomes the most. But for me it’s taken their article in yesterday’s paper for that fact to really sink in. Suddenly hit by a flash of understanding – of course the poorest will suffer most as they are the ones who use public services the most! And the converse is even more sickening. Where cities like Sheffield, Liverpool, & Manchester need to make cuts of 8% and above, the Tory constituencies across the country are much luckier, for instance to name but two, Oxfordshire County Council 1.9% David Cameron, and Cheshire East just 1.6% George Osbourne. Now there's a surprise!
And who was it who said “we are all in this together”?!