Tories called out on tax credit scandal by their own voters

In the run up to the General Election David Cameron twice promised not to cut tax credits yet just a few months later the government has done exactly that leaving millions of the poorest families thousands of pounds worse off.

Last night on Question Time a former Tory voter called out the Energy Minister Amber Rudd on the issue who couldn't respond. Watch here:

And here's David Cameron's false promises:

 

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  • followed this page 2015-10-25 01:52:53 +0100
  • commented 2015-10-22 16:27:45 +0100
    It is time the people took the fight to thepersonal doorstep of everyTORY mp
  • commented 2015-10-21 22:14:25 +0100
    Cameron must be the most plausible liar in British politics ever but it is starting to unravel. There is plenty of material we just need to get it across to the electorate. This should be just the beginning.
  • commented 2015-10-16 14:30:50 +0100
    Excellent pairing of videos. No wonder there is such cynicism about our Parliamentary system and our mainstream media. The latter, including the Guardian, were over the moon about Cameron’s “left wing” conference speech. What a nice man he must be if he cares about the poor, they all chimed, and so moderate, so reasonable, so “Centre” compared to that nasty extremist Jeremy and his followers, who just shout from outside. Despite the usual right wing overload on the bbc panel, with the exception of new Sheffield Labour MP Louise Haigh, Dimbleby lost control of the audience!

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