It's people who are taking pain
THE Chancellor of the Exchequer says the UK should not borrow any more money.
He then expects: the poor to borrow from “pay day lenders”, businesses to borrow and the young to get mortgages.
The Chancellor is transferring the borrowing from the UK onto private companies and individuals. Yet the country is in a far stronger position to survive with debt than individuals and private companies.
Looking at the overall debt of the UK, including the businesses and individuals, the latter two are saving this country from going down the pan.
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This makes me wonder what is the point of having this government if they are not taking their fair share of the pain; it is the people of this country who are taking the pain.
As there seems to be little point in voting Tory at the next election as they are not taking any of the pain, whilst claiming they feel our pain!
Duncan Anderson, May Field, Mill Lane, East Halton.