Letters: WJ Blundell, April 8, 2016

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First of all, Mr Cameron states “We are all in it together”. Then it was “One nation, compassionate Conservatism”, and in his Easter message he speaks of “Christian values, compassion and charity”. Since the Tory Government came to power in 2010 it has shown none of these values. In fact the complete opposite.

There has been an attack, for six years, on the poorest, the vulnerable, sick and disabled, while looking after the rich, the wealthy, the well off. A government is supposed to represent all the people, not the few.

Only 24 per cent of the country voted Tory, yet they act like dictators and Cameron has the cheek to go around the world spouting how great democracy is, when his government doesn’t know the meaning of the word.

They are forcing contracts on junior doctors, picking fights with the unions, telling us all that state schools will become academies. Do the parents and teachers not get a say?

They are going to push the retirement age up to 75 before you get a state pension.

Locally, reference the proposed Unitary Authority for Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, have the citizens of East Anglia been asked for their views?

When David Cameron wanted our vote in 2010 he promised to look after the NHS. It is now in a worse state than it has ever been. Thousands of nurses and doctors are needed. Very much like the teachers.But the Government is treating these people so badly, no-one wants to join those professions.

The Government wants the NHS to collapse, which will allow private medical firms to move in – and many Tory MPs have interests in these firms.

In six years this Government has shown itself to be totally incompetent. In any other walk of life, Cameron, Osborne and Hunt etc would have been sacked.

I also wish people would start moaning at their local councils for raising council tax. They have been forced to do it by the massive Government cuts put on them.

Moan at your local Norfolk Tory MPs, as they voted for all the cuts. As usual, they always vote with the party. They mustn’t rock the boat, as they like their nice, cushy jobs.

W J Blundell, Cypress Place, Hunstanton