Booklet is not justified

The utter pomposity and arrogance of David Cameron, to publish a 16-page booklet on his reasons for staying within the EU and then posting it to every household in the UK, at a cost of £9.3million is absolutely obscene.

Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 8:31 am
Updated Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 8:32 am

The money he has used is from taxpayers’ contributions, and is not intended to be used to portray his personal wishes on the electorate. If he was affording the same privilege to the “Leave” campaign, it could be justified as it would be demonstrating the facts of both sides, to give a “level playing field”..

He is acting like a spoilt little boy who doesn’t like anyone with different opinions to his own and will use any method at his disposal to achieve his ends.

Let us not forget, this is the man who was elected to run the country on behalf of the crown and the people, and to display fairness and transparency in the execution of his duties, which I am afraid he has not displayed to date.

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I suggest that on receiving the said booklet, if you don’t agree with what it says or have doubts, you should then put said leaflet in an envelope and return it from whence it came, as I intend doing. Just to show this man, that he cannot dictate what people think or say.

This money could have been better spent on social care ventures or NHS recruitment etc.

Jack Wiffin