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Cameron – don’t you dare lecture me about poverty!

I just came across this post by chance, but these powerful words, written with such heart, and pain, and a true knowledge, spoke to me deeply – I just wish they would speak as deeply to the intended recipient!

Social Action 2014

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,067
Thursday 23 April 2015. Cameron – don’t you dare lecture me about poverty!
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Dear Mr Cameron,
In your speech, ‘Making Work Pay’, you talked about, “the heart of the country we are trying to build: One based on the principle of something for something, not something for nothing… where those who put in, get out.” and you went on to reprove Ed Miliband and Ed Balls saying, “So don’t you dare lecture us on poverty”.
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