Letters: WJ Blundell, March 22, 2016

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves the Treasury in London for the House of Commons, where he will deliver his joint Autumn Statement and Spending Review.PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday November 25, 2015. See PA story BUDGET Main. Photo credit should read: Tim Ireland/PA Wire PPP-151125-175606001
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves the Treasury in London for the House of Commons, where he will deliver his joint Autumn Statement and Spending Review.PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday November 25, 2015. See PA story BUDGET Main. Photo credit should read: Tim Ireland/PA Wire PPP-151125-175606001
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George Osborne and this Tory Government keep on showing their hatred of ordinary people.

This is why Osborne bottled it on reforming the current system on tax relief for pensions, which would have helped average earners. Once again we see the poor paying for the tax breaks of the rich. The inequality gap in this country is widening by the day. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt did not make any visits to a hospital at the weekend, only weekdays. He obviously likes his weekends with his family, just like Cameron who wants to extend Sunday opening hours. Thankfully that proposal was defeated in the Commons. That is four defeats now for Cameron, if only there was a General Election soon – it could be five. There was a great letter by Steve White in the Lynn News, March 8. He ended by saying politicans are elected to serve us, not to rule. So very true.

WJ Blundell, Cypress Place, Hunstanton