Each time Cameron was asked about the increased need for foodbanks he turned the talk around to his doomed 'big society' and talked about how good it is that people are helping each other, totally and intentionally missing the point and dodging any questions.
In a T.V. interview David Cameron claimed his government had created 1,000 jobs for each day they had been in office but those figures simply did not add up. In the 21st Century many jobless people no longer sign on as unemployed and work is more often part-time, temporary, low-paid or on zero-hours contracts.
Iain Duncan Smith and Chancellor Osborne are the two main Tory M.P's savaging the poor and vulnerable of the U.K. but neither lives in the "real world."
Iain Duncan Smith, Tory minister for Work and Pensions, is one of the darlings of the Conservative party; he has survived cabinet re-shuffles and seems to go from political strength to strength.
That could be due to many reasons not least his hard-hearted attitude to the financial suffering of the vulnerable and the poor in Britain; is there another Tory minister who would dole out budgets cuts with such glee and enthusiasm?
Who can forget the photo [shown above] of Smith lapping up the moment Chancellor George Osborne announced more benefit cuts in his July budget; Smith looked positively ecstatic that some of the poorest people in the U.K. would get that bit poorer.
IDS “married Elizabeth "Betsy" Fremantle, daughter of the 5th Baron Cottesloe, in 1982. The couple have four children, and live in a country house belonging to his father-in-law's estate in Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire" according to Wikipedia.
"In 2005, his wealth was estimated at £1 million, much of which has apparently been acquired by after-dinner speaking. An "audience with Duncan Smith", however, which was held at Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall, attracted an audience of only 67 people."
As for George Osborne - there are allegations that a "family business made £6m in a property deal with a developer based in a tax haven" and reports that he is able to use a country mansion as a free getaway.
So both men have no idea how many people in the U.K. live or understand the daily struggles of 'we the people'.