“Once again the Tories have proven why they are called the Nasty Party”, laments UKIP parliamentary candidate for Rayleigh and Wickford, Peter Philip Smith.
“900,000 children benefit from free school meals whilst they are at a key learning and growing up stage”, he says. “Hard-pressed parents could be assured their offspring were receiving a nutritious meal every school day.”
“Now what do we have? A Tory manifesto that’s going to take this wonderful benefit away. Parents will now have to stump up, and those who are struggling financially as it is will struggle even more.”
“It seems to me like May is trying very hard to emulate Thatcher. First we had ‘Thatcher, Thatcher, the Milk Snatcher’ and now we have ‘May, May, takes your dinner away.'”
“I cannot believe it, truly. I believe the penny is dropping for many voters out there, realising that the Tories are going to plan much more of this in the next five years. Don’t get me started on the new Dementia Tax…”
Send a message this election. Vote for Peter Phillip Smith for a common sense politician who will work for you, not beholden to nasty and, frankly, cruel policies such as this.