So now we know. David Cameron delights in stealing £4.4billion from more than three million British families.
It is a strange Prime Minister who gets a kick out of cheating so many people of an average £1,300 each. Then again, Cameron did not put this theft in the Tory manifesto and might take a bizarre pleasure in the trickery.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn again wrong-footed the supposedly slick Conservative champion in Prime Minister’s Questions by raising real life issues concerning Britons rather than playing theatrical games.
We are discovering that Cameron does not have answers and will open his mouth and put a foot in it if asked about what matters to the country. And tax credits is the number one issue right now.
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