31 May 2009

Why Should We Have To Pay For Cameron's Mortgage?

David Cameron is worth £30m - he doesn't need a mortgage on his £1m second home. He only has a mortgage so he can claim £20,000 a year off the taxpayer to pay his mortgage interest (on top of his £141,000 salary as leader of the opposition).

And this man wants to be trusted to 'save us money'. Get real people, and if you want to punish MPs on the take, vote neither Tory or Labour. Remember though that on June 4th, if you do not vote at all, you make it more likely the BNP will do well. This is because the European elections are proportional elections and every vote counts.

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