David Cameron Economic Rescue Plans Fail Families
It is not surprising the country is in such a bad state when the UK is being run by a Prime Minister who has do a U-Turn on 49 of his policies but now it has to stop and David Cameron needs to leave office and let someone who knows what they are doing take over as families are struggling to take a well-earned holiday with their families.
According to Kleeneze who done a survey to find out how many people are struggling, 22% of the people who took part in the survey have said they are unable to afford to go on holiday.
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Over half of families in the survey who had missed out on holidays (51%) said it had been difficult and caused disappointment and one in ten (10%) said it had led to family arguments.
34% of people said they had to take specific steps to make sure they did not miss out on their family holiday, this included cutting out non-essential spending and working extra hours and taking part time jobs on just so their family could have a holiday. Some of the people who took part in the survey even said they relied on their parents and their grandparents to help cover the cost of a holiday.
Commenting on the results of the research, Lisa Burke, sales director of Kleeneze, said: “It’s clear many families have to work harder to balance the household finances – pay freezes, reduced hours and sadly redundancies are all having a significant effect.
“Because Kleeneze distributors are self-employed and can work the hours they want, we continue to see a significant number of new recruits who sell Kleeneze products as a second job on top of existing full-time employment. Often, the reason for joining is so they can continue to afford the lifestyle they had prior to these more austere times.”
It seems to me, the people who were misguided and voted for David Cameron in the last General Election need to seriously look in the mirror and ask themselves what have I done and when it comes to the next General Election, think twice.
By Diane Walker