A letter a day to number 10. No 1,381
Thursday 24 March 2016.
Dear Mr Cameron,
One might be forgiven for thinking that the UK Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer might want to apologise for causing distress and fear to hundreds of thousands of people, at the very least, for proposed cuts to benefits targeting disabled people and the subsequent, seeming, climb down or U-turn. It’ll take action, not weasel words though.
That’s the sort of thing that people do out of common courtesy or decency, virtues that are entirely absent in you, Osborne and your government of monsters.
Nothing is as yet really resolved of the chaos and omnishambles that you’ve created, subject to disgust, blistering anger, ridicule and protest, all of which I share in common with vast numbers of people.
In the lobby of parliament during PMQs disabled people held a protest demanding “No more…
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