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Early Signs?

by  Monkles 14 September 2013

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Dear George

Thank you for your letter.

Yes, I agree with you. The early signs of the recovery have arrived far too late. Recovery should have happened quicker and with less pain for those that did not cause the banking crisis. (I think that is what you were trying to say).

And how odd that unemployment is down when so many British people are out of work. Meaningful work, if you know what I mean?

George, just how did you manage to get the poorest sector of our society to make the greatest sacrifice, to facilitate and enable your somewhat empty boast of belated economic recovery.

And of course, that which works for everyone except working families, and not at all for our Queen’s very poorest subjects?

Leslie

 

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Recurring signs of hypocrisy.

George Osborne would rather choke on his Foie Gras than betray his class, and his paymasters.

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Dear Leslie

These are still the early stages of the economic recovery and many risks remain, but thanks to the efforts and sacrifices of the British people, Britain is turning a corner.

New figures out today show that unemployment has fallen again and the private sector has created more than 1.4 million new jobs over the past three years.

We must now continue to stick to our economic plan. The best way to improve living standards is to tackle our deep economic problems head on and build an economy where those who aspire to work hard and do the right thing are rewarded.

Amazingly, Labour still want more government spending, more borrowing and more debt. This would undermine the recovery and put up mortgage rates and bills, squeezing living standards for hardworking people.

We can’t let them get away with it. Share this graphic on Facebook and Twitter today and help show how the Conservatives are building an economy that works for everyone.

George Osborne