160315bluebellendThe image above just about sums it up for the majority.

However, dear reader, you will undoubtedly wish to know why most of the UK feels this way.

It probably has something to do with this…
160315theattack… happening so soon after the £30-per-week cut in ESA, which followed the revelation that 200,000 more children are in poverty due to Conservative policies.

When you add that to the fact that Osborne has done nothing about tax avoidance…


… but intends to announce a tax cut for many of the most highly-paid people in the country…


… it is easier to understand why people might react thus…


[They probably meant ‘poverty’ rather than ‘povery’.]

… and judge Osborne, and any Budget he produces, in this way:


In summary, it only remains to add:


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