Monday, November 20, 2006


Going on about Tory cuts based on what they did between 1979 and 1997 might be losing its potency, but there is no need to go back a decade for examples of Tories claiming to support services while voting to cut them.

David Cameron writes in Voluntary Sector magazine about the importance of the voluntary sector and social enterprises. But whether London-wide, or in Camden, the Tories and their Lib Dem allies have consistently been voting for massive cuts in grants to voluntary sector organisations. I think that not enough people know about this, and that fewer people would vote Tory (and Lib Dem) if they did know this.


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