Twitter views on the spending review #prestoncuts #csr

Posted on - 20th October, 2010 - 5:43pm | Author - | Posted in - People, Politics

We asked you on twitter what your thoughts were on today’s spending review. Here’s the best of them.


@djbentley liked Рno new trident, £2bn extra for social care, pupil premium, no cuts for schools health real increasesless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

@djbentley disliked Housing Cuts & rent changes not sure about removal of security of tenure Cuts to local govt were as expectedless than a minute ago via √úberTwitter

@djbentley Overall it needed 2b done Labour would have had to have do same tho they passed buck on defence, tuition fees and welfare reformless than a minute ago via √úberTwitter

@allanmknox @djbentley not convinced it needed to be done like this. The imperative here is idealogical rather than fiscal.less than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone

@djbentley it means nothing in reality though. It’s just numbers until we find out exactly where the cuts are coming.less than a minute ago via TweetCaster

@djbentley Will “fuck the poor” do>less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

@blogpreston Bastard Tories and their LibDem toadies hitting the poorest hardest again.againless than a minute ago via web

@blogpreston With cuts to defence contracts and higher education, Preston will be hit disproportionately hard by these announcements.less than a minute ago via HootSuite

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