Then our beloved government added tax onto the price of hot foods which will drive prices up and make such foods unaffordable- well done again!
Our great Chancellor Mr George Osborne, being such a clever man, put out a remark that he cannot remember when he last bought a pasty from Greggs bakery. This bakery chain is known for good quality breads and snacks, at reasonable prices. So what do we do with the remark from Osborne and what difference does it make? Isn't it clever?
Then comes another bright individual and politician in the guise of UK PM David Cameron, most probably to counteract Osborne. He stated that he likes snacks and bought some at the train station in the northern city of Leeds. Now there was his support of the trade. Full marks to you Mr Cameron. The only problem with his remarks is that the outlet in question had the audacity to close in 2007. How dare they when they could have had his purchase?
Adding another scandal to their record week the newspapers discovered that the Conservative treasurer, Peter Cruddas, had offered access to the Prime Minster at a price. We don't need to mention the perks, for a good donation, do we.
To finish this record breaking week off there was the announcement regarding fuel which triggeed off a record buying of petrol, due to fears of a fuel tanker driver strike, The strike had not even been scheduled. After whipping up the general public into a panic buying frenzy, Mr Cameron went on to calmly tell people 'don't panic'.
Oh this UK government really knows how to govern and look after its people, Don't they?. What a record week. What will they think off next week? They can't sit there in Parliament and do nothing after all, can they? WELL CAN THEY?