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UK government has a cruelty problem

Tory cruelty

This morning, observant people in Cardiff will have learned from their local paper (these things never make the national news) that: “A 32-year-old woman has been found dead in a Cardiff park.” In homelessness, at least, it would appear that government attempts to promote gender equality are paying off.  As Dawn …

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Let them eat cake

Let them eat cake

There is nothing quite as ridiculous as the spectacle of Britain’s ‘great and good’ enriching themselves on the back of faux concern for the poor.  It is in this light that we should treat the Tory government’s new Inclusive Economy Partnership that is supposed to foster new and innovative solutions …

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Burning £50 notes in front of the poor

Burning £50 notes in front of the poor

The cognitive dissonance is palpable among Tory supporters today.  Having spent the last eight weeks spouting the economically illiterate mantra that there is no #magicmoneytree, they have discovered that when it comes to buying the votes of the political wing of the Old Testament there really is a magic money …

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