Anthony J Sargeant reproduces a recent letter to The Independent which illustrates the total lack of judgment, honesty and consistency demonstrated by the current British Prime Minister David Cameron.
In passing one must note that the current Tory government has been forced to make so many U-turns that it is in danger of disappearing up …. (the latest in a long line has been the u-turn on the policy announced by George Osbourne in his omni-shambles of a budget to force all schools, including successful primary schools to become ‘academies’ with immediate effect).
But to return to the letter from Alex Orr of Edinburgh to The Independent, it reads: “I noticed with interest the words of the Prime Minister, David Cameron, who paid tribute to the “extraordinary courage” of Hillsborough campaigners in their “long search for the truth”. This is quite confusing because in October 2011 Cameron said: “The families of the Hillsborough tragedy are a blind man, in a dark room, looking for a black cat that isn’t there”. This cannot surely be the same person can it?