PM David Cameron - a political genius
- Make enough people slightly poorer so life becomes that little more difficult, and people start blaming the poor of which many need financial help so people will agree it should be taken away so many have to start begging and thus more people start to dislike them;
- Blame almost daily that immigrants take jobs and the poor (and others) start blaming immigrants for their poverty although the rich immigrants are still welcomed by the powerful elite and continue to increase house prices;
- Claim how inefficient state schools are and people will agree private schools are better.
- First, as Mr Clegg was the 'kingmaker' after the 2010 elections, many people were hoping he would form a coalition with Labour, but he preferred a coalition with the Tories (and before the elections of 2015, he said he would do it again although not many politicians may want to form a coalition with Mr Brown, candidate for Labour).
- However, more importantly, he broke an election promise that at least the tuition fee would not increase by agreeing with the Tories to triple it so it rose from £3,000 to £9,000 per annum (PM Blair introduced the fee but also grants for poorer people). Mr Clegg claimed he took his responsibility as part of the government but, although I can accept that maybe a small increase may have been unavoidable, accepting such an increase means the calculations and promises made by the LibDems before the elections were simply falls. He could at least have forced exceptions for the poorer people but even those had been under discussion.