According to the Guardian "the centrepiece of the package will be a fresh bout of austerity, with Osborne keen to get unpopular measures out of the way early in the parliament, in readiness for pre-election tax cuts once the public finances have improved."
But we were told things had already improved?
Holding the budget in July will have an added benefit for the Tories-two of the main opposition parties will still be in the process of electing a party leader.
This government and its policies will put north against south, rich against poor and working against non-working. Already many younger people on social media are blasting the elderly as Cameron promised to protect pensions until 2010 but I have news for them; pensions are bought and paid for during years of hard work. That pensions at around £540 a month more and less is hardly a small fortune.
Consider also current political terminology which always addresses the 'hard-working' people of the UK and ask why that is a keyword right now.
If you fall into the Tory trap of attacking each other we are doomed.
Social security, now termed welfare, and including many bought and paid for entitlements over years of hard-work may be under attack. The safety-net that protects the most vulnerable in the UK will be weakened or cut.
As the right to protest joins a long line of Tory targets the electorate only has themselves to blame for trusting the Tories.
Never trust a Tory.