On the BBC election interview with Evan Davis, David Cameron said accusations the Conservatives are “the party of the rich” make him “more angry than almost anything else”.

The prime minister also told the BBC some people did not pay tax in Britain “who damn well should”.

Well it is a shame that Mr Cameron gets ‘more angry’ by that accusation than ‘almost anything else’. Maybe thats the problem.

If he got more angry about the queues at food banks across the UK or the lack of social housing, with over 1.8 million on the waiting list or the thousands hit by his savage welfare reforms, people  would maybe start to see his party in a different light.

But when your party comes into power and  cut the top rate of tax for the 1% and punish the poorest with cuts in welfare, social care. All in the name of ‘Austerity’ , while doing nothing to collect tax from huge corporations and tax avoiders, which could get rid of the deficit in a instant. People are going to start asking questions about who the Tories work for.

But if David wants some advice and am sure he does, on how to change how people feel about his party.

Here are a few ideas…

1.Get rid of all the millionaire, privately educated ministers and replace them with people with an average background.

2.Stop the Conservative party being funded by hedge funds, tax avoiders and tax exiles.

3.Rememeber who caused the crash. Under 5 years of the Conservatives, Bankers have been paid over £100bn in bonuses and the average working family is £1,600 a year worse off.

4.Make multinational corporations pay tax in the UK.

Am sure David will take up those ideas.

But maybe not, as can’t help thinking he enjoys getting angry…

B heard media.




  1. Shame he does not feel the same way about people on the breadline or how are on benefits because if they look for a job they are always going to be worse off in work then on benefits


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