Politicians Take Their Seats For ‘The Blame Game’

With our new coalition government announcing June 22nd as the date for its emergency budget, the opposing players are taking their places at the table for ‘The Blame Game’.

First to throw a six and keen not to take any blame for the financial suffering we will all be subjected to, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, David Laws, conveniently ‘let slip’ yesterday that he had been left a ‘note’ from his predecessor stating what most of us had long ago realised – there is no money left in the UK’s piggy bank. He also hinted there had been a desperate last minute spending spree, by outgoing Labour, with money they knew they did not have to spend.

Round one to the coalition but I am sure it will not be too long before Labour get their throw with the dice!


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