David Cameron’s call for an “all-out assault on poverty” was challenged on Thursday by a think-tank analysis suggesting his government’s policies could drag an extra working families below the poverty line. A report by the Resolution
As a Conservative I have no pleasure in exposing David Cameron's deficit claims. However, as long as the party continues to talk down the economy via the blame game, confidence will not be given an opportunity to return. For it is an undeniable and inescapable economic fact: without confidence and certainty there can be no real growth.
Following the admission by David Cameron that he benefited from offshore holdings set up by his late father, Ian Cameron, #CameronResign became the top trending hashtag on Twitter on Friday and protests have been planned to take place outside parliament over the weekend.
A protest calling on David Cameron to resign has brought more than 150,000 people onto the streets of London. The March for Health, Homes, Jobs and Education was organised by activist group the People's Assembly. The demonstrators called for an end to austerity, and demanded that David Cameron quit over the revelation that he profited from his father's offshore investment fund.