The Tory manifesto was launched this week with policies that will hurt over half a million frail elderly people and almost 2 million children. it includes:
Introducing a Dementia/ Death Tax &
Snatching School Lunches for Children
The nasty party is back.
Conservative meltdown over social care
The upper echelons of the Conservative Party are in lock-down, apparently in panic after their social care policy backfired. The Institute for Fiscal Studies analysed Theresa May's plans and concluded that “the Conservative plan makes no attempt to deal with the fundamental challenge of social care funding.”
The Tory high command is now in meltdown. It realises it has misjudged the British people, who don't like this cold, mean-spirited Conservative approach to our most vulnerable citizens.
First Theresa May was revealed as the lunch-snatcher. Now she is pushing a Dementia tax. This will go down as her poll tax - not only a colossal political miscalculation, but also cruel, showing that she just doesn't care.
No wonder the Tories are panicking. The Liberal Democrats will continue to campaign to give social care the extra funding it needs, properly funded with a penny on income tax to pay for it, and to give Britain a brighter future.
The more you need, the more you pay with May. Theresa May is betraying working families by snatching school lunches from their children and their homes when they die. The nasty party is back - hitting families from cradle to grave.
The choices she's made in her manifesto will hurt over half a million frail elderly people and almost 2 million children.
Conservative manifesto: Scrapping free school lunches
Theresa May will hit low-income working families the hardest. Every Conservative candidate in every constituency must now come clean: will they troop through the lobbies to take away free lunches from the children of hard-pressed families?
Mike Thornton will be a REAL voice for Eastleigh in Parliament again