Azara Blog: David Cameron says he loves poor people

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Date published: 2008/04/27

The BBC says:

David Cameron has pledged to "stand up" for the low-paid who he says feel "desperately let down" by Labour.

The Tory leader refused to say whether he would reinstate the 10p tax rate if he became prime minister as he could not make "unfunded" tax pledges.

But he said he would never sanction a Budget that "singled out the poor".

How pathetic can you get. Needless to say, the Tories were against the 10p tax rate in the first place, since it was just a typical Gordon Brown gimmick. But now that Brown has abolished this rate, the Tories want to complain that it's been abolished, only they won't promise to bring it back. Such integrity these Tories have. And if they are this bad in opposition, they will be far worse in government.

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