The statement that we are all in this together doesn`t carry weight it is easy to dish out misery which one of the millionaire mps feel these cuts or any mp come to that. How many extra rooms as David Cameron got in No 10 that the tax payer are covering.
It is obvious that benefit claimants and poorly paid workers are going to suffer the most. How is anyone wealthy going to even notice any cuts.
Even people who condemn the "scroungers" which is getting a bit tiresome hearing "scroungers" every 2 minutes could end up in the same boat quite easily so I would hang fire with the insults.
From what I can see this coalition government seem to see those that depend on benefits including the disabled as being a burden on the over stretched system and could well be guilty of trying to punish this group of people, wouldn`t it be better to punish the people who got this country in a mess and put more effort into chasing up real money to be had from tax evasion, and the fraud at the top why start at the bottom of the ladder why not start at the top that would be fairer.
1 bedroom homes where I live which few there are are more rent than the 2 bedroomed so how can it save money to force people out of a 2 bedroomed, surely in most walks of life people require a 2nd room for the child at university, or in the forces, or elderly parents who come for rest bite between families, then the divorced couples how can children come to stay and this government says it is big on encouraging family life it seems they are trying to eradicate it