David Cameron really should think before speaking.
Before spouting unfounded claims that a Labour Mayor would turn Londoners into ‘lab rats’ for economic ‘experiments’ by Jeremy Corbyn, perhaps he should have reflected on the effect his own unfounded, unevidenced economic experiments have had on the citizens of the UK’s capital, since he took office in 2010.
How many Londoners has he tried to drive out of the city with his hated Bedroom Tax?
How many Londoners has he driven to poverty with his drive for minimum wage, zero-hour or part-time employment?
How many Londoners have been subjected to harassment because of ‘divide and rule’ policies that set people against the sick, the disabled, and anybody who might seem to be a migrant at first glance?
Meanwhile, what happened about those allegations that the Zac Goldsmith campaign was riddled with racism and sectarianism against Muslims?
David Cameron has urged Londoners not to elect Labour’s Sadiq Khan as their next mayor, claiming they will become “lab rats” for party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s economic experiments.
Speaking at a rally for Tory candidate Zac Goldsmith, the prime minister warned about the dangers of a Labour victory for the capital’s economy.
Mr Goldsmith said his Labour rival was “Mr Corbyn’s man” in City Hall.
But Mr Khan said he was “no patsy” to Mr Corbyn and would stand up to him.
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