Do you think Cameron and his cronies will change their mind about the bedroom tax now?
Following the suicide of a loving mother and grandmother in the UK, after the bedroom tax enforced by Cameron and the coalition increased her outgoings by £80 a month, do you think they will look at reversing their decision? Or do you think they will continue to be stubborn, and force more and more people into abject poverty?
I am unsure Sarah, but I do know he is without the knowledge to understand what it was like for those on benefits before these new financial squeezes. I understand that the government has to make changes but bleeding the poor to produce it will be counter productive.
I have written my own slant on some of the consequences through a hub called Provident Man - I live in the UK too in a town near Liverpool.
Let's hope that Cameron melts that cold stone heart of his before the whole country meets the consequences of an even bigger and financial (as well as moral) burden through treating more victims of financial and mental stress, as well as victims of crime through riots and theft.
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