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Stifled Spin

by  Monkles 24 September 2013




Dear Grant

Thank you for your letter.

I don’t want to stifle your spin but you will have heard Ed Balls volunteer to have his spending pledges assessed by the Treasury and that will of course settle the argument that you have made at some length, that his sums don’t add up. So why do you say you would block this treasury analysis?

I have read your Share The Facts article and note that you are saying that the previous Labour government over regulated big business. Have you not spent the last three years saying the opposite, that Labour failed to regulate the banks which caused the banking crash?

Noted, the short passage on the Bedroom Tax. Too bad you could not find space to explain what went wrong with it.



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“Businesses were stifled with red tape. Labour introduced regulations every working day” Grant Shapps

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Dear Leslie

As the Labour Party gather for their annual Conference, their message to the country couldn't be simpler: more spending, more borrowing and more debt.

And, as we've learnt today, they've already committed themselves to nearly 28 billion of debt-funded spending - more than 1,000 of additional borrowing for every household.

Over the next few days, you'll hear a lot of speeches attacking the vital action we're taking to turn Britain around.

Help defend our measures to support hardworking people by going to our new Share The Facts website today.

This is the same old Labour, opposing everything we are doing to mend the economy, cut the deficit, and fix the welfare system - while making nearly 28 billion of unfunded spending commitments.

Share The Facts Hashtag

Don't let Labour derail the important action we're taking.

Help us fight back by rebutting Labour's claims, sharing what we're doing for hardworking people, and telling everyone about the damage a Labour government would do to Britain.

Grant Shapps