Broken Rhetoric

 

David Cameron said: “We will keep pushing for that referendum, campaign for a No Vote”, on the Lisbon treaty.

David Cameron said: “We will abolish the Human Rights Act and put a new British Bill of Rights in its place.”

David Cameron said: “Ensure that every patient can access a GP in their area between 8am and 8pm, seven days a week.”

David Cameron said: “we also look at expanding our Army.”

David Cameron said: “Give councils greater control over spending.”

David Cameron said: “Help consumers to “buy British” by changing rules on food labelling.”

David Cameron said: “We will recognise marriage in the tax system.”

David Cameron said: “I will give this cast-iron guarantee: If I become PM a Conservative government will hold a referendum on any EU treaty that emerges from these negotiations. Broken rhetoric by David Cameron, none of the above has been acted upon. Will you vote for this man at the next election? There has been no recognition of marriage in the tax system, if it was brought in, it would mean that 2 men living together or 2 females living together would benefit by at least £750 just by signing up to a civil partnership.

In 2000 there were 154,940 in the British Army, by 2012 that number was reduced to 138,500

David Cameron is vowing to take on the “scandal” of public drunkenness and alcohol abuse that costs the NHS £2.7 bn a year. Yet the Home Office consultation on Minimum Alcohol Pricing closed on 6 February, with no action

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