Lib Dem Hat-Trick at PMQs

Rishi Sunak faced questions from 3 Lib Dem MPs today.

First up as Ed Davey, giving voice to so many people’s fears as Cancer waiting times soar:

Next came Sarah Olney, who asked for a ban on evictions over the festive period:

Finally Wendy Chamberlain got in the last question of the year when she asked why carers were denied Carer’s Allowance if they earned more than £132 per week. Carers need hard cash, not the platitudes that came out of Sunak’s mouth.

It’s good to se our parliamentarians challenging the Government on the issues which are causing so much misery and anxiety to people this Christmas.

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One Comment

  • Helen Dudden 15th Dec '22 - 10:08am

    No one deserves to be forced out of a home through these circumstances.
    Those with cancer, I have great sympathy for. How callous is this government? those suffering with cancer and yet more concerns.
    My little 3 year old granddaughter is at last in hospital, she is autistic and has suffered with a heart murmur. A very bad cause of a flu like condition, she couldn’t even keep the medication down. No ambulance, a 12 hour wait at the RUH. How can you tell if someone is ill if there is very little access to a doctor?
    There is also a another shortage of vet’s how the farmers are managing is another thought. This too is urgent for all animals.
    As more come to this country, services are stretched and stretched.
    We need an election desperately.

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