Tax bosses handed Swiss clients list 8 months before Lord Green took office | Daily Mail Online

Ed Balls

Ed Balls (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Like the left-leaning Guardian, the right-leaning Daily Mail is raising deeply embarrassing questions about the judgement of David Cameron’s government. This is a must-read. Check it out!

via Tax bosses handed Swiss clients list 8 months before Lord Green took office | Daily Mail Online.

The Conservatives started the election campaign, lining up five ministers to suppress Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor. The Conservatives have been strong on smoke and mirrors, and light on strategy, tending to blow with the wind on policy. Ultimately, the election will be won or lost on the strength of negative campaigning, and I fear that the dirt is just beginning to come to the surface. The mainstream media must increasingly stand up and be counted.

Surely, it’s time for the bankers to abide by the law or go jail?

Thoughts?

The BBC and Jeremy Paxman should tell Downing Street where to go – Telegraph

I agree with the Telegraph on this story. What about you?

via The BBC and Jeremy Paxman should tell Downing Street where to go – Telegraph.

Personally, I think that Cameron’s Government has been an omni-shambles, and is now trying to white-wash the evidence. In my mind, it’s time for the UK media to take the gloves off.

Let me turn this to an open question:

Do you think that the UK media should be taking the gloves off with the record of omni-shambles by David Cameron’s government?

Any thoughts?

English: Jeremy Paxman, British journalist and...

English: Jeremy Paxman, British journalist and broadcaster, at the Health Hotel “Health Zone” at The Brighton Centre, Brighton, during the Labour Party Conference 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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