Carl Scott, Thornaby


Before David Cameron got into Downing Street he promised that he would protect the NHS frontline at all costs but when he became Prime Minister he did not keep that promise. 

I like Labour's plans to keep our NHS alive by taxing homes above £2million and clamping down on tax avoidance and using that money to improve our NHS and make sure it will be there for future generations.

Also I do not agree with the bedroom tax because it is affecting people in wheelchairs like my friend who I go to college with. I don't think this is fair. 

The Tory MP for Stockton South voted for the bedroom tax, to protect bankers bonuses from being taxed, a rise in VAT and putting university fees up. 

I will be voting for Louise because I agree with her policies and I hope that she will do a better job that our Conservative MP has done."

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