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Labour Party’s fault we have no money
7:50am Wednesday 13th June 2012 in Letters
WITH reference to the article by Gareth Dunning, Guardian, May 31, reporting on biased opinions from Helen Jones, Labour MP for Warrington.
She, like all Labour MPs, at every chance labels the coalition Government as ‘so remote from the realities of life for many people in this country’.
She says it proposes to take money away from the poorest areas which will suffer the biggest hit to their local economies.
She forever decries and slams the cuts this Government has to make; but never mentions it is because her Government spent more money that it had so that after 13 years we were left bankrupt and then had to bail out our banks when they collapsed. (a situation that should have been avoided if Gordon Brown had regulated them like is happening now).
She has the nerve to say ‘I don't believe the Government has truly understood the impact (the cuts) may have on shops and businesses”.
The country fully understands that when you are running a shop or a business or a household or UK plc, you have to balance the books and if you don't then you have to suffer to pay back the debts before you can get further credit.
The country realised this and got rid of Labour.
It is Labour that was ‘uncaring’ to leave no money and who don't understand the disastrous impact that not running a 'balanced budget' can have on people's lives.
It is the present Government that has the unenviable task of sorting out this mess and it is not responsible for all the cuts that must be endured to get the books back in order while at the same time regenerate growth in a recession.
A EDWARDS Fearnhead