Is ConDem Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg a malicious liar or is he simply just incredibly stupid? This is the question observers are asking after Mr Clegg humiliated his party by lamely saying he should “have been more careful” about opposing tuition fee increases during the election campaign, after having agreed to the largest increases in recent history once he was in office.
In another display of ignorance and arrogance, ConDem Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg pledged to pass a law to force British taxpayer-funded foreign aid to reach 0.7 per cent of Britain’s Gross National Income (GNI) — and then straightaway admitted he had no idea how much money that translated to.
The ConDem regime’s Business Secretary Vince Cable has inadvertently revealed the coalition government’s true feelings on immigration by calling for even more immigrants, not less, to enter Britain.
In the same week that the ConDem regime announced plans to “overhaul” the benefits system for British people, the Department for International Development (DFID) announced a brand new foreign aid scheme designed to “boost employment” in the Third World.