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MP is off the pace on how to help the economy

November 10, 2008

white-rock-hotelFollowing a public meeting organised by Michael Foster at the White Rock Hotel, Lib Dem parliamentary campaigner for Hastings & Rye, Nick Perry, has accused the Labour MP of being off the pace on the economy.

Nick says,

“On Saturday our MP was quick to criticise the redistribution of tax from low and middle income families to high earners that the Lib Dems have proposed as a key means of kickstarting the economy.

“He must now eat his words as the Prime Minister indicates Labour may well opt to give ordinary people more of their own money back to keep the economy moving.

“Since 2003 Lib Dem Treasury Spokesman Vince Cable MP has been making all the right calls on the economy. On Saturday, I asked our MP whether, when it came to the crunch, Labour would be humble enough to give credit to people like Vince, and listen to their ideas.

Nick says,

“We are in this together at a local and national level. We must work together to get the best ideas so that our economy recovers and so that our local communities are protected.”

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