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Mrs. Monk's Would-be Diary should have been written by Mrs. Monk, since she is the "Writer" in the family.
However, since she is a writer only in the conceptual sense, I have undertaken to fill these pages on her behalf
If not by her, these pages will certainly be about her, and other important matters of the day         Leslie Monk

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by  Monkles 23 August 2013

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Dear Sajid Javid MP

Economic Secretary, HM Treasury

Thank you for your new letter.

You say that if Labour got in at the next election, that would cost me exactly 1933 per year and you Tories would save me that sum of money.

You say our Mortgage would rise by a staggering amount, and quite frankly, I don’t believe you. I think you are lying.

You also say that my council tax will go up and petrol will go up and energy costs will also rise. I should remind you that most of these costs rose out of sight while David Cameron was in charge, so these claims are also far from convincing.

If you do want to buy my vote for 1933 x 5 for a five year term in Parliament then I would need payment in advance, subject to terms and conditions.

Always nice to hear from you.

 

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Dear Leslie

We all know Labour’s plans: more spending, more borrowing and more debt. But what would that mean for you? How much would Labour’s plans cost you and your family?

Visit this website to find out:

Labour’s plans would hit hardworking people hard. Mortgage bills would soar. Council tax, petrol prices and energy bills would rocket, while pensioners would see the Basic State Pension cut.

We are securing an economic recovery for everyone who wants to work hard: cutting income tax for 25 million people, helping councils freeze council tax, and cutting the deficit to keep mortgage rates low.

Labour would undo all of this, with the same old Labour policies that got us into this mess.

Find out exactly how much Labour would cost you – and then share that figure with your friends and family.

We need to let everyone know the true cost of Labour.

Sajid Javid MP

Economic Secretary, HM Treasury