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No, David Cameron, we are not the same

December 28, 2009 9:40 AM
Cllr David Kendall

Cllr David Kendall laughs off Cameron's claims

Parliamentary Spokesman Cllr David Kendall has again laughed off Conservative party claims that we are "almost the same". David Cameron has made this claim in his New Year message, similar to Eric Pickles claim that we were "all the same family" that was made during the Liberal Democrat conference.

Cllr Kendall said:

"Mr Cameron has very different policies to Nick Clegg's. A fairer Britain to the Lib Dems means tax cuts for those on the lowest wages but to the Tories it means tax breaks for millionaires."

"Back in September, when Eric Pickles tried to suggest we were all "one big family" I reminded voters of some facts that show clear blue water between our policies:

"David Cameron will say anything to ensure that he becomes Prime Minister, but the longer this parliament continues the more his star is beginning to wane.

"The Liberal Democrats are the only party who will put money into people's pockets with fair tax cuts, the only party to offer universal childcare and smaller classes in our primary schools, the only party who would create thousands of jobs by investing in homes, hospitals, schools and public transport to build the green economy of tomorrow."

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