Then there was the UK involvement in Libya. David Cameron paid £150billion to the country but not to rebuild the houses. No it went towards ammunition which NATO destroyed. £150billion, while his own people in the UK are struggling to make ends meet.
When Libya's dictatorship was brought down relatives of the Lockerbie bombing had their hopes raised that at last they would receive some answers. Eventually Musu Kusa was allowed to leave Libya and come to London. It has to be said that he is really "the man" more even than Gaddafi. Mr Kusa met the Foreign Secretary William Hague who promised to question him with regard to Lockerbie. The relatives were anxious to meet Mr Kusa but it was not arranged and he was even allowed to fly out of Britain. Not only was he supposed to be involved with the bombing but also he was Gaddafi's right hand man.
Then PM David Cameron chose a man who was in court for the phone tapping scandal and was a Senior executive of the Newspaper group, to work for him. He became, you still can't believe it, the Communication Secretary at 10 Downing Street. When confronted by the opposition in Parliament David Cameron said he had made a bad judgement.
Mr Cameron surely knew about the problems and in spite of it all put him into this position, where all his communication goes through his hands. It is incredible that a man educated at Eton and Oxford can do a thing like that.
The uncovered scandal of cash-for-Cameron access arranged by the Conservation followed. The dust had yet to settle down when a few days later the scandal of this budget was announced
At the last budget George Osborne cut the top earner's tax from 50p to 45p and yet he taxed pensioners. Mind you. most of the top earners have their accounts abroad and pay hardly any tax if at all. One thing I do have to give Mr Osborne credit for, is that he wanted to tax the £2million and over, in what was called a mansion tax. Who stopped him there and then? Why David Cameron who was constantly preaching about austerity.
Cameron also paid tens of billions of pounds to the IMF Fund which does nothing to save any economy . All it does is cost more money.
There are many more scandals which would fill up the pages of any huge book but let's get to the latest one. One of David Cameron's 'friends' was caught stalking his ex-wife. She put a stop to it but when the press looked a bit deeper into Steel magnate, £266millionaire, William Ives, it was discovered that he supported the Conservative Party. Supported that is with a £561,000 donation which was not on the list of disclosure.
It was also discovered that he began his career as a doorman for the notorious Kray Brothers. He had worked at their club which was also notorious Esmeralda's Barn in Knightsbridge in London. With the press revelations he tried to play it down, saying that as an East End boy, boxing also which was very widespread in East London, you could not help but know or run into these most famous brothers.
This point one can accept but being engaged as a doorman for the Kray brothers and at their top club, no.. I think the top class or government still has not, or does not, accept that the public is a bit wiser these days. People cannot be fobbed off with any of these stories and excuses of not knowing.
Furthermore it was mentioned that William Ives, who claims to run a respectable business now, was invited to the Garden Party at 10 Downing Street when David Cameron won the election but of course he was not mentioned on the list. To emphasise that he was NOW running a respectable business leaves the question, what was he running before? He also blamed his ex-wife for trying to blacken his name but a friend of hers has denied all the rumours.
Tags: David Cameron, George Osborne, Kray brothers, William Ives, scandal, Libya, Musa Kusa