Satire: Government code for Austerity


Here is the list of MPs who voted against Labour’s amendment which called for an end to the public sector pay cap:

Nigel Adams (Conservative – Selby and Ainsty)

Bim Afolami (Conservative – Hitchin and Harpenden)

Adam Afriyie (Conservative – Windsor)

Peter Aldous (Conservative – Waveney)

Lucy Allan (Conservative – Telford)

Heidi Allen (Conservative – South Cambridgeshire)

Stuart Andrew (Conservative – Pudsey)

Edward Argar (Conservative – Charnwood)

Victoria Atkins (Conservative – Louth and Horncastle)

Mr Richard Bacon (Conservative – South Norfolk)

Mrs Kemi Badenoch (Conservative – Saffron Walden)

Mr Steve Baker (Conservative – Wycombe)

Harriett Baldwin (Conservative – West Worcestershire)

Stephen Barclay (Conservative – North East Cambridgeshire)

Mr John Baron (Conservative – Basildon and Billericay)

Guto Bebb (Conservative – Aberconwy)

Sir Henry Bellingham (Conservative – North West Norfolk)

Richard Benyon (Conservative – Newbury)

Sir Paul Beresford (Conservative – Mole Valley)

Jake Berry (Conservative – Rossendale and Darwen)

Bob Blackman (Conservative – Harrow East)

Crispin Blunt (Conservative – Reigate)

Nick Boles (Conservative – Grantham and Stamford)

Mr Peter Bone (Conservative – Wellingborough)

Sir Peter Bottomley (Conservative – Worthing West)

Andrew C Bowie (Conservative – West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine)

Ben Bradley (Conservative – Mansfield)

Karen Bradley (Conservative – Staffordshire Moorlands)

Mr Graham Brady (Conservative – Altrincham and Sale West)

Jack Brereton (Conservative – Stoke-on-Trent South)

Andrew Bridgen (Conservative – North West Leicestershire)

Steve Brine (Conservative – Winchester)

James Brokenshire (Conservative – Old Bexley and Sidcup)

Fiona Bruce (Conservative – Congleton)

Robert Buckland (Conservative – South Swindon)

Alex Burghart (Conservative – Brentwood and Ongar)

Conor Burns (Conservative – Bournemouth West)

Alistair Burt (Conservative – North East Bedfordshire)

Alun Cairns (Conservative – Vale of Glamorgan)

James Cartlidge (Conservative – South Suffolk)

Sir William Cash (Conservative – Stone)

Maria Caulfield (Conservative – Lewes)

Alex Chalk (Conservative – Cheltenham)

Rehman Chishti (Conservative – Gillingham and Rainham)

Mr Christopher Chope (Conservative – Christchurch)

Jo Churchill (Conservative – Bury St Edmunds)

Colin Clark (Conservative – Gordon)

Greg Clark (Conservative – Tunbridge Wells)

Mr Kenneth Clarke (Conservative – Rushcliffe)

Mr Simon Clarke (Conservative – Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)

James Cleverly (Conservative – Braintree)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative – The Cotswolds)

Dr Thérèse Coffey (Conservative – Suffolk Coastal)

Damian Collins (Conservative – Folkestone and Hythe)

Alberto Costa (Conservative – South Leicestershire)

Robert Courts (Conservative – Witney)

Mr Geoffrey Cox (Conservative – Torridge and West Devon)

Stephen Crabb (Conservative – Preseli Pembrokeshire)

Tracey Crouch (Conservative – Chatham and Aylesford)

Chris Davies (Conservative – Brecon and Radnorshire)

David T. C. Davies (Conservative – Monmouth)

Glyn Davies (Conservative – Montgomeryshire)

Mims Davies (Conservative – Eastleigh)

Philip Davies (Conservative – Shipley)

Mr David Davis (Conservative – Haltemprice and Howden)

Caroline Dinenage (Conservative – Gosport)

Mr Jonathan Djanogly (Conservative – Huntingdon)

Leo Docherty (Conservative – Aldershot)

Julia Dockerill (Conservative – Hornchurch and Upminster)

Michelle Donelan (Conservative – Chippenham)

Ms Nadine Dorries (Conservative – Mid Bedfordshire)

Steve Double (Conservative – St Austell and Newquay)

Oliver Dowden (Conservative – Hertsmere)

Jackie Doyle-Price (Conservative – Thurrock)

Richard Drax (Conservative – South Dorset)

James Duddridge (Conservative – Rochford and Southend East)

David Duguid (Conservative – Banff and Buchan)

Mr Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative – Chingford and Woodford Green)

Sir Alan Duncan (Conservative – Rutland and Melton)

Mr Philip Dunne (Conservative – Ludlow)

Michael Ellis (Conservative – Northampton North)

Mr Tobias Ellwood (Conservative – Bournemouth East)

Charlie Elphicke (Conservative – Dover)

George Eustice (Conservative – Camborne and Redruth)

Mr Nigel Evans (Conservative – Ribble Valley)

David Evennett (Conservative – Bexleyheath and Crayford)

Michael Fabricant (Conservative – Lichfield)

Sir Michael Fallon (Conservative – Sevenoaks)

Suella Fernandes (Conservative – Fareham)

Mark Field (Conservative – Cities of London and Westminster)

Vicky Ford (Conservative – Chelmsford)

Kevin Foster (Conservative – Torbay)

Dr Liam Fox (Conservative – North Somerset)

Mr Mark Francois (Conservative – Rayleigh and Wickford)

Lucy Frazer (Conservative – South East Cambridgeshire)

George Freeman (Conservative – Mid Norfolk)

Mike Freer (Conservative – Finchley and Golders Green)

Mr Marcus Fysh (Conservative – Yeovil)

Sir Roger Gale (Conservative – North Thanet)

Mark Garnier (Conservative – Wyre Forest)

Mr David Gauke (Conservative – South West Hertfordshire)

Ms Nusrat Ghani (Conservative – Wealden)

Nick Gibb (Conservative – Bognor Regis and Littlehampton)

Mrs Cheryl Gillan (Conservative – Chesham and Amersham)

John Glen (Conservative – Salisbury)

Zac Goldsmith (Conservative – Richmond Park)

Mr Robert Goodwill (Conservative – Scarborough and Whitby)

Michael Gove (Conservative – Surrey Heath)

Luke Graham (Conservative – Ochil and South Perthshire)

Richard Graham (Conservative – Gloucester)

Bill Grant (Conservative – Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock)

Mrs Helen Grant (Conservative – Maidstone and The Weald)

James Gray (Conservative – North Wiltshire)

Chris Grayling (Conservative – Epsom and Ewell)

Chris Green (Conservative – Bolton West)

Damian Green (Conservative – Ashford)

Justine Greening (Conservative – Putney)

Mr Dominic Grieve (Conservative – Beaconsfield)

Mr Sam Gyimah (Conservative – East Surrey)

Kirstene Hair (Conservative – Angus)

Robert Halfon (Conservative – Harlow)

Luke Hall (Conservative – Thornbury and Yate)

Mr Philip Hammond (Conservative – Runnymede and Weybridge)

Stephen Hammond (Conservative – Wimbledon)

Matt Hancock (Conservative – West Suffolk)

Greg Hands (Conservative – Chelsea and Fulham)

Mr Mark Harper (Conservative – Forest of Dean)

Richard Harrington (Conservative – Watford)

Rebecca Harris (Conservative – Castle Point)

Trudy Harrison (Conservative – Copeland)

Simon Hart (Conservative – Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)

Mr John Hayes (Conservative – South Holland and The Deepings)

Sir Oliver Heald (Conservative – North East Hertfordshire)

James Heappey (Conservative – Wells)

Chris Heaton-Harris (Conservative – Daventry)

Peter Heaton-Jones (Conservative – North Devon)

Gordon Henderson (Conservative – Sittingbourne and Sheppey)

Nick Herbert (Conservative – Arundel and South Downs)

Damian Hinds (Conservative – East Hampshire)

Simon Hoare (Conservative – North Dorset)

George Hollingbery (Conservative – Meon Valley)

Kevin Hollinrake (Conservative – Thirsk and Malton)

Mr Philip Hollobone (Conservative – Kettering)

Adam Holloway (Conservative – Gravesham)

John Howell (Conservative – Henley)

Nigel Huddleston (Conservative – Mid Worcestershire)

Eddie Hughes (Conservative – Walsall North)

Mr Jeremy Hunt (Conservative – South West Surrey)

Mr Nick Hurd (Conservative – Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner)

Mr Alister Jack (Conservative – Dumfries and Galloway)

Margot James (Conservative – Stourbridge)

Sajid Javid (Conservative – Bromsgrove)

Mr Ranil Jayawardena (Conservative – North East Hampshire)

Mr Bernard Jenkin (Conservative – Harwich and North Essex)

Andrea Jenkyns (Conservative – Morley and Outwood)

Robert Jenrick (Conservative – Newark)

Boris Johnson (Conservative – Uxbridge and South Ruislip)

Dr Caroline Johnson (Conservative – Sleaford and North Hykeham)

Gareth Johnson (Conservative – Dartford)

Joseph Johnson (Conservative – Orpington)

Andrew Jones (Conservative – Harrogate and Knaresborough)

Mr David Jones (Conservative – Clwyd West)

Mr Marcus Jones (Conservative – Nuneaton)

Daniel Kawczynski (Conservative – Shrewsbury and Atcham)

Gillian Keegan (Conservative – Chichester)

Seema Kennedy (Conservative – South Ribble)

Stephen Kerr (Conservative – Stirling)

Julian Knight (Conservative – Solihull)

Sir Greg Knight (Conservative – East Yorkshire)

Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative – Spelthorne)

John Lamont (Conservative – Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk)

Mark Lancaster (Conservative – Milton Keynes North)

Mrs Pauline Latham (Conservative – Mid Derbyshire)

Andrea Leadsom (Conservative – South Northamptonshire)

Dr Phillip Lee (Conservative – Bracknell)

Jeremy Lefroy (Conservative – Stafford)

Sir Edward Leigh (Conservative – Gainsborough)

Sir Oliver Letwin (Conservative – West Dorset)

Andrew Lewer (Conservative – Northampton South)

Brandon Lewis (Conservative – Great Yarmouth)

Dr Julian Lewis (Conservative – New Forest East)

Mr Ian Liddell-Grainger (Conservative – Bridgwater and West Somerset)

Mr David Lidington (Conservative – Aylesbury)

Jack Lopresti (Conservative – Filton and Bradley Stoke)

Mr Jonathan Lord (Conservative – Woking)

Tim Loughton (Conservative – East Worthing and Shoreham)

Craig Mackinlay (Conservative – South Thanet)

Rachel Maclean (Conservative – Redditch)

Mrs Anne Main (Conservative – St Albans)

Alan Mak (Conservative – Havant)

Kit Malthouse (Conservative – North West Hampshire)

Scott Mann (Conservative – North Cornwall)

Paul Masterton (Conservative – East Renfrewshire)

Mrs Theresa May (Conservative – Maidenhead)

Paul Maynard (Conservative – Blackpool North and Cleveleys)

Sir Patrick McLoughlin (Conservative – Derbyshire Dales)

Stephen McPartland (Conservative – Stevenage)

Esther McVey (Conservative – Tatton)

Mark Menzies (Conservative – Fylde)

Johnny Mercer (Conservative – Plymouth, Moor View)

Huw Merriman (Conservative – Bexhill and Battle)

Stephen Metcalfe (Conservative – South Basildon and East Thurrock)

Mrs Maria Miller (Conservative – Basingstoke)

Amanda Milling (Conservative – Cannock Chase)

Nigel Mills (Conservative – Amber Valley)

Anne Milton (Conservative – Guildford)

Mr Andrew Mitchell (Conservative – Sutton Coldfield)

Damien Moore (Conservative – Southport)

Penny Mordaunt (Conservative – Portsmouth North)

Nicky Morgan (Conservative – Loughborough)

Anne Marie Morris (Conservative – Newton Abbot)

David Morris (Conservative – Morecambe and Lunesdale)

James Morris (Conservative – Halesowen and Rowley Regis)

Wendy Morton (Conservative – Aldridge-Brownhills)

David Mundell (Conservative – Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale)

Mrs Sheryll Murray (Conservative – South East Cornwall)

Dr Andrew Murrison (Conservative – South West Wiltshire)

Robert Neill (Conservative – Bromley and Chislehurst)

Sarah Newton (Conservative – Truro and Falmouth)

Caroline Nokes (Conservative – Romsey and Southampton North)

Jesse Norman (Conservative – Hereford and South Herefordshire)

Neil O’Brien (Conservative – Harborough)

Dr Matthew Offord (Conservative – Hendon)

Guy Opperman (Conservative – Hexham)

Neil Parish (Conservative – Tiverton and Honiton)

Priti Patel (Conservative – Witham)

Mr Owen Paterson (Conservative – North Shropshire)

Mark Pawsey (Conservative – Rugby)

Mike Penning (Conservative – Hemel Hempstead)

John Penrose (Conservative – Weston-super-Mare)

Andrew Percy (Conservative – Brigg and Goole)

Claire Perry (Conservative – Devizes)

Chris Philp (Conservative – Croydon South)

Christopher Pincher (Conservative – Tamworth)

Dr Dan Poulter (Conservative – Central Suffolk and North Ipswich)

Rebecca Pow (Conservative – Taunton Deane)

Victoria Prentis (Conservative – Banbury)

Mr Mark Prisk (Conservative – Hertford and Stortford)

Mark Pritchard (Conservative – The Wrekin)

Tom Pursglove (Conservative – Corby)

Jeremy Quin (Conservative – Horsham)

Will Quince (Conservative – Colchester)

Dominic Raab (Conservative – Esher and Walton)

John Redwood (Conservative – Wokingham)

Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg (Conservative – North East Somerset)

Mr Laurence Robertson (Conservative – Tewkesbury)

Mary Robinson (Conservative – Cheadle)

Andrew Rosindell (Conservative – Romford)

Douglas Ross (Conservative – Moray)

Lee Rowley (Conservative – North East Derbyshire)

Amber Rudd (Conservative – Hastings and Rye)

David Rutley (Conservative – Macclesfield)

Antoinette Sandbach (Conservative – Eddisbury)

Paul Scully (Conservative – Sutton and Cheam)

Mr Bob Seely (Conservative – Isle of Wight)

Andrew Selous (Conservative – South West Bedfordshire)

Grant Shapps (Conservative – Welwyn Hatfield)

Alok Sharma (Conservative – Reading West)

Alec Shelbrooke (Conservative – Elmet and Rothwell)

Mr Keith Simpson (Conservative – Broadland)

Chris Skidmore (Conservative – Kingswood)

Chloe Smith (Conservative – Norwich North)

Henry Smith (Conservative – Crawley)

Julian Smith (Conservative – Skipton and Ripon)

Royston Smith (Conservative – Southampton, Itchen)

Sir Nicholas Soames (Conservative – Mid Sussex)

Anna Soubry (Conservative – Broxtowe)

Dame Caroline Spelman (Conservative – Meriden)

Mark Spencer (Conservative – Sherwood)

Andrew Stephenson (Conservative – Pendle)

John Stevenson (Conservative – Carlisle)

Bob Stewart (Conservative – Beckenham)

Iain Stewart (Conservative – Milton Keynes South)

Rory Stewart (Conservative – Penrith and The Border)

Mr Gary Streeter (Conservative – South West Devon)

Mel Stride (Conservative – Central Devon)

Graham Stuart (Conservative – Beverley and Holderness)

Julian Sturdy (Conservative – York Outer)

Rishi Sunak (Conservative – Richmond (Yorks))

Sir Desmond Swayne (Conservative – New Forest West)

Sir Hugo Swire (Conservative – East Devon)

Mr Robert Syms (Conservative – Poole)

Derek Thomas (Conservative – St Ives)

Ross Thomson (Conservative – Aberdeen South)

Maggie Throup (Conservative – Erewash)

Kelly Tolhurst (Conservative – Rochester and Strood)

Justin Tomlinson (Conservative – North Swindon)

Michael Tomlinson (Conservative – Mid Dorset and North Poole)

Craig Tracey (Conservative – North Warwickshire)

David Tredinnick (Conservative – Bosworth)

Mrs Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Conservative – Berwick-upon-Tweed)

Elizabeth Truss (Conservative – South West Norfolk)

Tom Tugendhat (Conservative – Tonbridge and Malling)

Mr Edward Vaizey (Conservative – Wantage)

Mr Shailesh Vara (Conservative – North West Cambridgeshire)

Martin Vickers (Conservative – Cleethorpes)

Theresa Villiers (Conservative – Chipping Barnet)

Mr Charles Walker (Conservative – Broxbourne)

Mr Robin Walker (Conservative – Worcester)

Mr Ben  Wallace (Conservative – Wyre and Preston North)

David Warburton (Conservative – Somerton and Frome)

Matt Warman (Conservative – Boston and Skegness)

Giles Watling (Conservative – Clacton)

Helen Whately (Conservative – Faversham and Mid Kent)

Craig Whittaker (Conservative – Calder Valley)

Mr John Whittingdale (Conservative – Maldon)

Bill Wiggin (Conservative – North Herefordshire)

Gavin Williamson (Conservative – South Staffordshire)

Dr Sarah Wollaston (Conservative – Totnes)

Mike Wood (Conservative – Dudley South)

Mr William Wragg (Conservative – Hazel Grove)

Jeremy Wright (Conservative – Kenilworth and Southam)

Nadhim Zahawi (Conservative – Stratford-on-Avon)

Mr Gregory Campbell (Democratic Unionist Party – East Londonderry)

Nigel Dodds (Democratic Unionist Party – Belfast North)

Sir Jeffrey M. Donaldson (Democratic Unionist Party – Lagan Valley)

Paul Girvan (Democratic Unionist Party – South Antrim)

Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party – North Antrim)

Emma Little Pengelly (Democratic Unionist Party – Belfast South)

Gavin Robinson (Democratic Unionist Party – Belfast East)

Jim Shannon (Democratic Unionist Party – Strangford)

David Simpson (Democratic Unionist Party – Upper Bann)

Sammy Wilson (Democratic Unionist Party – East Antrim)

Call me a dumb uneducated loony lefty nutter(tongue and cheek) if you want to, as Clark Gable would put it eloquently in the film Gone with the Wind “Frankly My Dear I don’t give a damn”, especially if you happen to be a member of the conservative party I suggest that you look into your conservative MP or Councillors track record on how they voted to implementing cuts in your city and other constituencies.
Welcome to the land of austerity compliments of a Conservative government and councils which mean cuts to public services and on yer bike so we can squeeze you even more. In the time of austerity members of parliament and conservative Councillors are very happy to accept their pay increase which is paid for compliments of  hard earning tax payers whilst public sector workers receive a one percent pay cap and food prices continue to increase. Hey ho, does this government cares about your welfare which I’m sure we all know the answer no doubt is fast becoming a scratch record for the many and not the few, hope not fear. To top it of the government claimed they created a number of jobs for the unemployed into jobs under their leadership sure Maybot by handing over 1.5 Billion pounds to Northern Ireland in return for a confidence and supply vote in Parliament just to ensure that the Conservatives remain in government, so they can pull the wool over the poorest in society by crying wolf another example of taking the biscuit. Welcome back to 2010 when the nation decided to vote for hung parliament and with the help of Liberal Democrats. This is the second time we have witnessed another hung parliament with a Conservative minority government.
This business of austerity is the continuation after years of prudence introduced by former chancellor exchequer Gordon Brown (Labour Government 1997/2010) which was the right thing to do at the time. Since then many have witnessed a formation of coalition government between David Cameron and Nick Clegg 2010 using more spin to promote austerity policies in their government the only difference is David Cameron bail out after losing the European Referendum vote which forced the Conservatives to look for a new leader to lead the Conservatives and they ended up with Maybot until her coronation where she had a majority in government but she decided to call an early general elections instead of a large majority in government she landed with a minority government to continue the work of David Cameron’s austerity programme. Well done Mrs. Politician for selling out the country to please the eurosceptics who has no policies in place for the nation which continues to divide our nation this includes all the political parties just look back to the 1975 referendum to have an idea what took place.
Don’t you just love Nick Timothy stating his party should have campaigned for change not continually in general election. The Conservatives was guilty of a breakdown in communication with both the public and Whitehall departments. Heck even Nick Timothy admits his party underestimated a one Jeremy Corbyn leader of Labour Party. Well if this was the case I’m sure all be saying why in heck did Maybot wasted taxpayers money by calling for an early election as she already had a large majority now we have another hung parliament  I can only come to the conclusion she saw rage from her own backbenchers decided to keep them quite but it almost backfired on her as she apologised to her party.
I’m glad that Jeremy Hunt is rushed of his arise to recruit more mental health workers by the NHS. My guess he has found another magic money tree as this involves increasing the number of trained nurse, theorists and other mental health professionals, great if you can fill the post and can retain the staffing levels. However the Royal Collage of Nursing( RCN) said the plan did not add up and more hard cash would be needed if the new staff were to be trained in time.
Lets take a look at Prime Minister Theresa May fifthteen minutes of fame which adds to her failures see below:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/theresa-mays-15-most-disastrous-10788322#ICID=ios_TMNewsApp_AppShare_Click_MailShare

Welcome to the land of austerity compliments of a Conservative government and councils which mean cuts to public services and on yer bike so we can squeeze you even more. In the time of austerity members of parliament and conservative councillors are very happy to accept their pay increase which is paid for compliments of hard earning tax payers whilst public sector workers receive a one percent pay cap and food prices continue to increase. Hey ho, does this government really cares about your welfare which I’m sure we all know the answer no doubt is fast becoming a scratch record for the many and not the few, hope not fear. To top it off the government claimed they created a number of jobs for the unemployed into jobs under their leadership sure Maybot by handing over 1.5 Billion pounds to Northern Ireland in return for a confidence and supply vote in Parliament just to ensure that the Conservatives remain in government, so they can pull the wool over the poorest in society by crying wolf another example of taking the biscuit. Welcome back to 2010 when the nation decided to vote for hung parliament and with the help of Liberal Democrats. This time around we have another hung parliament with a Conservative minority government.
I’m glad that Jeremy Hunt is rushed of his arise to recruit more mental health workers by the NHS. My guess he has found another magic money tree as this involves increasing the number of trained nurse, theorists and other mental health professionals, great if you can fill the post and can retain the staffing levels. However the Royal Collage of Nursing (RCN) said the plan did not add up and more hard cash would be needed if the new staff were to be trained in time.
Lets take a look at Prime Minister Theresa May fithteen mintinues of fame of failures see below:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/theresa-mays-15-most-disastrous-10788322#ICID=ios_TMNewsApp_AppShare_Click_MailShare

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jul/28/mays-absence-keenly-felt-tory-headless-chickens-rule-roost?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

Intriguing headlines from the Times newspaper, Theresa May facing a new backlash in Brexit negotiations after Dublin said her proposal to retain an open boarder with Northern Ireland was unworkable. The Republic is pushing for the Irish Sea to become the post Brexit boarder with the UK. I rather like what Ed Miliband once said “It’s hurting but it’s not working”.
Here is another example of Conservative infighting by having their cake and eating it at the same time viz unregulated free movement of people after Brexit as two front benchers cannot concur on the one hand the chancellor said “it will be some time before full migration controls can be introduced and the other hand the international trade secretary said that he had not been party to widely reported talks about the so called transitional period when free movement is retained. Border controls had been a key element of the Brexit referendum. In a nutshell they don’t know what the right hand is doing from the left hand which resulted in mix messages.
The Department of Health has confirmed that staffing was a priority and more money has been invested in frontline staff. That’s very strange as the Statistics from NHS Digital which collates data shows the number of vacancies climbed by 8,000 compared to the same period in 2016. Nurses and midwives accounted for the highest proportion of shortages with 11,400 vacant posts in March 2017. More than 86,000 NHS posts between January 2017 and March 2017 figures for England. The Conservatives are failing their duty to provide more trained nurses and midwives because they did away with student bursaries which is causing the shortage and what about the trained staff that are leaving the NHS to go abroad to take up employment.
It’s sure is a sad day for the Conservative Government they lost their case at an Employment Tribunal case for introducing fees for bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful and will have to repay the sum of £32million to claimants. They introduced fees of up to £1,200 in 2013 which it said would cut the number of malicious and weak cases. It’s no wonder the government statistics showed 79% fewer cases were brought over three years and UNISON said the fees prevented workers assessing justice. In reply the government said it would take steps to stop charging and refund payment.
There is a natural indifference in the air could this be the first trumpet blowing with Labour hitting a few raw nerves of the Conservatives were it hurts at Prime Ministers Question Time(PMQ) and Conservatives are running away from answering the questions as backbenchers of the Conservatives are in turmoil with their dear leader who may face a leadership challenge paving the way for Boris Johnson or David Davis who will plunge and twist the knife into the back of Theresa May whilst parliament is in recess.
It’s about time this government start to smell the coffee as it’s no wonder why some people are put off by voting to hold their MP to account and feels let down and undervalued they feel that politicians are in each other’s pockets. There is a saying:
“An attack on one is an attack on all of us”
The government said it is helping families meet the cost of living. According to the Trussell Trust which runs over 420 food banks across the UK confirms many children risk going hungry over the six week holidays from schools. It says demand for emergency parcels for children rose significantly by more than 4,000 last July and August. So much for a Conservative Government helping families meeting the cost, why can’t families see the colour of the money to put food on the table? Oh yes, me thinks all of us know that they are looking after their fat cat families and their extended family viz the Democratic Unionist Party(DUP). See article below:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/aug/10/child-poverty-david-cameron-austerity?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

After weighing up all the pros and cons of a Conservative austerity thanks but no thanks I rather I have a Labour Government in place

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