Wednesday, April 22, 2009

“Britain simply cannot afford another five years of Labour.”

Cambridge's Parliamentary Spokesman, Richard Normington, commented on today's Budget: "Labour's run out of ideas almost as fast as it has run out of taxpayers' money. This Budget is more bust and no boom. In addition, Labour's broken a manifesto pledge not to put up income tax and missed the chance to fix the banking supervisory system that helped to get us into this mess. Britain deserves better."

The Budget saw David Cameron point out that Labour’s attempts to deal with the recession have failed, and the mortgage support scheme, which was announced five months ago still has not helped a single homeowner. He condemned the Budget as a, “missed opportunity,” and said it should have been used to help Britain move from an economy built on borrowing and debt to one built on savings and investment.

22nd April 2009

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