Cameron must go.. Sadly for far too many people his going will come too late. Far too many people have lost everything, their homes, security and even their lives whilst Cameron has been in office.
We need far more than just Cameron’s head on a metaphorical plate, the whole regime has to go too. The suffering of the poorest and most vulnerable is not caused by one man but by the whole government, Every man and woman who has voted yea in the House of Commons to IDS’s cruel policies has caused as much suffering and hardship to be done in their name as IDS, Freud and Cameron.
Instead of heckling and cat calling as those on the opposite benches list case after case of the misery done to the people of our country wouldn’t you think at least one of them would have the good grace to feel a pin prick of guilt or shame?
Do they not see the pain they are causing to their own constituents? Or do they take their surgeries with eyes and ears closed?
There is much to feel shame for in the UK in 2014, being poor should not be one of them.
Definition of decisive in English:
adjective1. Settling an issue; producing a definite result: ‘the archers played a decisive part in the victory’, ‘a decisive battle’2. Having or showing the ability to make decisions quickly and effectively: ‘she had an image of being tough and decisive‘; ‘he handled the situation in a calm, decisive way’
Saturday 22 November 2014, at 6pm, marked the beginning of a new phenomenon in British politics as the hashtag #CameronMustGo took off into UK’s twitter. I doubt that either Jon Swindon or Jenny Howarth imagined what would happen next. Usually twitter events that trend do so for a few hours or a couple of days before the energy abates and other issues move in to take top billing. At the beginning, #CameronMustGo trended within the hour – a result counted as a ‘win’ for creators even…
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