Let's face it a car nowadays is no longer a luxury but more a necessity. Bosses don't take it lightly any more when you turn up 10 or 20 minutes late for work because youhave missed the bus or it went slow.
These days it is nothing but instant dismissal or if you are lucky to have an 'understanding' boss a last warning, when you arrive late for work.
Have the government got any clue how mothers are often dashing about to get their housework, shopping, dropping off the kids and collecting them from school all completed in the shortest time possible.
NO THEY HAVEN'T GOT A CLUE but telling us don't panic.
Instead of handing this great brain wave out why don't they sit down and solve the situation? It is they who have the power to do so but oh no, as once before, David Cameron stated at another situation about the EU - Crisis what crisis?
Most probably it seems again like that because with his fat income and everything provided for him, he wouldn't have a clue about real life.
THEY DEFINITELY LIVE ON THE MOON ALREADY.
During his recent visit to Washington Cameron himself stated in his speech that he would not dare mention the petrol prices in the UK. Then he calmly came back, accepted a budget which wasn't here or there and three days later UK petrol prices went up even further to £1.40 a litre.
It is not only that but this price will reflect on transport costs, food prices and so on. People were already pushed against the wall and didn't know how and where to turn to.
But, of course, the fat cats tax was reduced from 50p to 45p. Apparently the bonuses had been brought forward so they won't lose more when the tax reduction starts on 1 April. Multi-Millionaire Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt refuses to state whether he pays the 50p tax on his £900,000.
I thought David Cameron promised TRANSPARENCY. I must have misunderstood
WELL, LET'S HOPE UK VOTERS REMEMBER THIS TIME WHAT THEY ARE LIKE.