Wednesday 19 November, 12 noon, central London (route TBC)
Nick Clegg - smug liar
Vince Cable - sneering liar
Let's be clear about one thing - taxpayer funded public services are never "free". We are all entitled to receive NHS treatment, schooling and higher education etc, because the VAT, National Insurance, Income Tax and Fuel and Road Tax that all of us and our families always paid, means we earned to the right to resources which are and always were ours by right. We all know the score - the government is stealing our resources to bankroll mega-criminals in the multinational corporations, in the financial sector and in grand-theft capitalism, and hacking-away at the infrastructure of public services, so that our tax payments can be siphoned-off and dumped in the black-hole of replacement "services" provided by corrupt and dishonest multinationals and corporate crooks and thieves.
The Lib-Dems betrayed their pre-election promises, and helped the Conservatives hike-up university tuition fees, to indulge nothing less than their lust for political power. Even worse, in March 2014 the BBC reported that "the government now believes 45% of university graduates will not earn enough to repay their loans", that figure being "close to the 48.6% threshold at which experts calculate more money will be lost than is gained from having increased fees". In the name of political "stability" the Coalition delivered a policy that is, by its own standards, a total failure - a policy which costs taxpayers as much to run as it raises by ripping-off... taxpayers.
Lib-Dem traitor Vince Cable (the man who deliberately sold the Royal Mail for billions less than it's worth) went to TV to bleat about this betrayal being a "good policy", and now the Coalition want to raise tuition fees AGAIN.....
BBC Newsnight confirm that "Ministers and officials have been working on a policy that... could lead to higher tuition fee charges". The BBC state that "the plan is still tentative and would also require careful design to avoid unwanted consequences - for example, the easiest way to cut loan defaults would be to admit fewer women and students from poorer families". In other words the new plan is designed to further the same long-term plan the original betrayal was designed to achieve in the first place - the further exclusion of women and disadvantaged young people from equal life-opportunities.
The BBC say "this policy is... unlikely to be in any manifesto" - for the obvious reason that this policy's evil. "Unwanted consequences" clearly include public outrage - like the repetition of the protests that swept Britain after the Coalition came to power. Let's not let them down ;)