Quick summary of what Daniel Kawcaynski, our Conservative MP, has been up to this week.
1. Supported the deal with the DUP to end Austerity in Northern Ireland and which risks the peace agreement, after Theresa May found the Magic Money Tree and shook £1.5 billion pounds off, which she famously said didn’t exist in her pre election TV appearance, in response to a nurse asking for a pay rise.
2. Voted against Labour’s Queen Speech amendment, that included lifting the significantly below inflation pay cap of 1% for nurses, amongst other public sector workers.
3. Tweeted this
4. Changed his Facebook Cover Photo to one taken in February 2015 on Thursday 29th June. Meanwhile this week, we have seen protests outside SaTH, and a board meeting on the same day that revealed the absolute crisis in Shrewsbury and Shropshire NHS services, including maternity services.
5. A few hours later removed the cover photo, possibly because of the multiple angry comments.
He, and all the other Conservative MPs who preach empathy and appreciation to our public sector workers one minute, and then vote against this amendment the next, would appear to be taking every single voter and worker for an absolute mug.
This year the top 1,000 individuals in this country, that have a combined wealth of £658billion, got a 14% payrise under this government, many of whom are Tory donors.
We have Tory politicians claiming that they have taxed the rich more, when this is not supported by the evidence provided by the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
Labour has a huge amount of backing from Economists (who are aware of how badly our Economy has performed under Conservative Austerity, we currently have the poorest performing Economy in the G7), including Steve Keen, one of the few economists that predicted the global financial crisis of 2008.
If you think enough is enough, and you want a united UK, join Labour.