David Cameron promised to cut the deficit not the NHS, but the truth is he’s cutting the NHS not the deficit.
David Cameron and George Osborne said their plan would get the deficit down. But it isn't working. Labour won't let them pretend that it is.
Thanks to this Government’s failed economic plan, the UK is borrowing more this year than last year and we are in the longest double-dip recession since the Second World War. Borrowing is £10.6 billion higher so far this year than last year.
That's £802 higher every second. £277,124,183 higher in the four days of Conservative Party Conference.
Meanwhile, the Tories are breaking their promise to protect the NHS. Official Treasury figures confirm that since 2009/10, NHS spending has fallen in real terms, and 5,500 nurses have been cut since the General Election.
We must not let them get away with it. With borrowing going up, a double-dip recession, a tax cuts for millionaires and our NHS under threat, David Cameron cannot be the One Nation Prime Minister this country needs and deserves.