At a time when William Hague is saying the Conservative Party do not need a change of direction following their appalling showing in the recent local elections and with ‘Food Banks’ seemingly one of our only ‘growth’ industries, comes details of a shocking indictment of the impact of their Austerity policies on our struggling citizens. According to a recent Which? consumer magazine report large numbers of people are so under pressure financially that they are having to borrow to buy food. Read details from the BBC web site here.
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