Monday, 6 January 2014

Dear Mr Osborne

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Dear Lynn,
I've just given a speech setting out the long-term economic plan that the Conservatives are working through - and wanted to email you straightaway to explain what that means for you and for Britain.
Our economic plan builds a stronger, more competitive economy and secures a better future for Britain by:
  • Reducing the deficit so we deal with our debts, safeguard our economy for the long term and keep mortgage rates low
  • Cutting income taxes and freezing fuel duty to help hardworking people feel more financially secure
  • Creating more jobs by backing small business and enterprise with better infrastructure and lower jobs taxes
  • Capping welfare and reducing immigration so our economy delivers for people who want to work hard and play by the rules
  • Delivering the best schools and skills for young people so the next generation can succeed in the global race
The plan is working. For the first time in a long while, there's a real sense that Britain is on the rise. But it's far too soon to say job done - it's not even half done.
There are still plenty of risks, and the greatest one here at home is the Labour Party. Labour offer more spending, higher taxes and more borrowing. Their economic approach brought economic ruin once, and would do the same all over again. Why would you give the keys back to the people who crashed the car?
So this year Britain faces a choice: to go on working through the plan that is delivering for Britain, or to squander what we've achieved and go back to economic ruin.
We need everyone in the country to get behind our plan. Please share this important message onFacebook and Twitter, or forward this email to your friends and family and let them know why you're backing our long-term plan.
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Dear Mr Osborne,

Thank you so much for your email which I never asked for. I am very pleased to read that you are doing so well and your friends are all well and dandy too!

It gives me such a sense of relief to know that everything is on the up. For a moment there I thought that this country was in a really precarious state and the people were feeling let down, alone and desperate. Glad to know I am wrong!

It gives me a really warm feeling inside to know that you are going to continue to cap welfare! Fantastic news. Those people that COULD work but WILL NOT work REALLY need to be taught a lesson. I would actually recommend bringing back the stocks to village and town centres as nothing would teach those lay-a-bouts like a good rotten tomato in the face! Maybe you could actually pay people a decent minimum wage that would make them feel valued or even; heaven forbid stop those zero hour contracts but no, cut the housing benefit further so more landlords will evict those on benefits and leave them homeless. We don't want scroungers with roofs over their heads!

At least you have at last decided to sell off our forestry, I am sick to death of seeing trees. Damn things come down in bad weather & give Foxes/Badgers somewhere to hide; and now with cuts to the Environment agency there will be no bugger to pick the awful branch things off the roads... oh hang on - there's a thought you could use the welfare scroungers on a 0 hour contract!

Here's to a fabulous 2014 to you and your family,
Hope you put that 11% PAY RISE to good use.

Love and Best Wishes

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