Wednesday 11 February 2015

Yougov (Voting intentions V Natural leaders)  <<< Follow the link if you would like to join the YOUGOV panel and have your opinions heard

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  1. David Cameron is very good at talking the talk but fails deeply in walking the walk. He told us before the last election that there would be no 'Top Down' of the NHS and as soon as he took office he went ahead with that very task. He assured the 29 walk-in centres in the country they would not be close under his watch. All are now closed. He said that VAT would not be increased and then allowed the Chancellor to put it up to 20%. He said that 'We are all in it together' and then gave the millionaires a tax cut. How can anyone trust what he and his party are promising for the next parliament. Sweet talking does not mean fair policies. He has in the past been economic with the truth. How do we know this won't happen over the next months leading to the general election. As for past Labour heavy weights, their time would be better spent adding their influence to those who are making policy for the next Labour government, not assisting the Tories to assassinate the leader of their party. Elections should not be decided on personalities, it should be on policies. As a voter, I want a leader who will stick to his polices and not one that lies to the electors.


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