A letter a day to number 10. No 1,438
Thursday 19 May 2016.
Dear Mr Cameron,
Where is all our money?
Iain Duncan Smith accused your government of ‘balancing the books on the backs of the most vulnerable in society’. He’s not even close, even and despite his best efforts to drive the poor into the ground. For six long years you’ve been robbing the poor to supposedly pay off the debt which George Osborne has managed to increase by £555 billion. In fact Osborne has created more debt than the combined efforts of every Labour government in history, which is now over £1.5 trillion and growing by the second.
In order to pay down the debt, Osborne must clear the deficit (the difference between tax income and government spending), again, something he laid at the door of the poor. Osborne has said he will clear the deficit by 2020…
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