Ten Tory Failures

We need to keep reminding people about these ten BIG coalition failings:
  1. Wages are down an average £1,500 a year since David Cameron became Prime Minister, meanwhile prices have risen faster than wages in 39 of 40 months David Cameron has been in No10.
  2. Since Autumn 2010, our economy has grown by just 1.7% rather than the 6.9% the Tories predicted and aimed for.
  3. Average energy bills are up £300 since the Tories took office, and while the big six energy companies enjoyed £3.3bn of profits since 2010, bills continue to rise and David Cameron continues to refuse to back Labour’s price freeze.
  4. Hard-working families are being asked to pay more than their share to bring down the deficit while those earning £150,000 have had a tax cut.
  5. Almost one million young people are unemployed.
  6. Two thirds of people hit by the Bedroom Tax are disabled – 96% of those hit have nowhere to move to and yet David Cameron refuses to back Labour’s pledge to repeal the hated tax.
  7. The number of children in absolute poverty has risen by 300,000 under David Cameron and over 300,000 more people relied on food banks in 2012-13 than they did in 2009-10.
  8. The number of people waiting in A&E for over four hours has doubled since Labour’s last year in office and NHS waiting lists are at their highest for five years.
  9. More than half of all free schools have opened in areas without a shortage of places and yet 240,000 primary school places are needed by 2015.
  10. House building is at its lowest peacetime level since the 1920s while average rents have gone up 9 per cent since the election.
From Labour List

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