David Cameron Gives Away £650million? omg
With the constant barrage of media stories of how hard up the UK really is £876billion public sector debt (a legacy of the last Labour government we are constantly being told) a massive deficit, job cuts, closures, falling house prices, forever rising National insurance, VAT, Income Tax, food, housing, fuel and essential utilities cost, is it any wonder the whole of the UK public, not just middle England as the article suggest, is dismayed with Cameron's generosity with our taxes, which are now the highest in the world.
The question being asked is simply this, has the prime minister lost touch with reality?
DAVID Cameron faced mounting anger last night after giving away hundreds of millions more in overseas aid just as the latest raft of tax rises hammers British households.
David Cameron announced an extra £650million for school projects in Pakistan during a visit to Islamabad yesterday.
But the pledge provoked fury at home, given the growing financial pressure on middle-income families. The squeeze will tighten today for millions of households when a National Insurance hike and other tax and benefit changes come into force with the start of the new tax year.
Today is being branded “Worse Off Wednesday” with the tax burden set to rise by a crippling £500million a year. And it is families in Middle Britain who will be punished the most.
David Cameron UK public sector debt is estimated to be £876billion !!!!
updated at 8:05 AM on 8th April 2011It's even worse than we feared: Cost of national debt to each UK family is a staggering £138,360
Britain's debt mountain is the equivalent of £138,360 for each household in the country, research reveals today.
The national debt is even larger than initially feared, according to a think-tank.
Official figures, from the Office for National Statistics, show the total public sector debt is estimated to be £876billion, equal to £33,100 per household.
David Cameron's F-word outburst at reporters over British Empire 'gaffe'
updated on 10th April 2011
David Cameron swore angrily on the plane journey back from his trip to Pakistan after he learned of the row caused by his comment that Britain is to blame for many of the world’s problems.
The Prime Minister turned on a journalist who had reported his remark and said, ‘You f*****!’.
Families '£910 worse off this year', says CEBR report
updated on 10th April 2011
The average family will be £910 worse off this year as they face the biggest peace-time squeeze on their finances since 1921, according to a report.
Rising household bills mean spending power will be significantly less than two years ago, the Centre for Economic and Business Research said.
The consultancy estimates that disposable incomes will fall 2% in 2011, following a 0.8% drop in 2010.