QUEEN’S SPEECH – Gwynne demands a change of direction

The state opening Of parliamentAndrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, has called on the Tory-led Government to change direction following this week’s no-answers Queen’s Speech.

Britain faces some serious challenges but after three wasted years of Government under the Tories and their Lib Dem allies, this week’s Queen’s Speech was another wasted opportunity.

With prices rising faster than wages, the economy flatling and one million young people out of work, the Tory-led Government has been criticised for cutting taxes by an average of £100,000 for 13,000 people earning over £1 million instead of meeting the big challenges facing Britain.

Andrew Gwynne MP said

“People across Britain see a Prime Minister without direction and a country where things are getting worse not better.

“The economy is flat-lining, wages are down £1,700 since 2010 and living standards are being squeezed. Yet all they hear is David Cameron telling people that they are better off, when they know the reality: they are actually much worse off.

“Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech was an opportunity to rebuild our economy and get people back into work but instead it offered no change and no hope. Energy bills, water bills, paying the mortgage, the cost of getting to work – these are the issues that are worrying families in Denton and Reddish but the Government has absolutely nothing to say about it.

“This tired and failing Government is out of touch, out of ideas and unable to bring about the change hard-working people in Denton and Reddish so desperately need.”

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