Wednesday, 30 December 2015



Hygiene problems in Cumbria, as a large turd is seen floating down the high street. Remember that it is on David Cameron's watch that funding for flood defenses have been cut, flood defenses that could have saved 2,000 homes and  400 businesses. Also while he's been in charge  nearly 10,000 new homes have been built each year on flood plains, putting lives at risk and threatening misery and financial disaster for thousands of households.
The weather has unleashed a wave of anger, a lot of it directed at him following widespread devastation that we have recently been witnessing.
Perhaps if the floods had hit the home counties David Cameron would be seen there wading about with a gold bucket  trying to hold back the flood, while Ian Duncan Smith would be lurking near him,blaming the welfare state and the poor for making it all happen.
David Cameron likes to blame climate change,  but what he and his government should be doing is spend more money on protecting people from floods.
It is really inexcusable  that the government has failed to learn lessons from floods in the past
Well done to Syrian refugees though who have been helping to fill sandbags, as a small act of gratitude.They wont ruin this country but cuts to public services will. More money to be spent on planting trees please.At the end of the day my sympathies go out to all victims affected.

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