Cameron turned up early, during Welsh Questions, to swot up ahead of his grilling – but even the extra time leafing through his papers wasn’t enough to save him from a belated, but welcome savaging.
Corbyn asked if Mr Cameron would guarantee that every tenant in the so-called ‘sink estates’ he’s planning to bulldoze would be guaranteed a newly built social home.
Cameron failed to guarantee anything, using language like “we want to” and “we hope to” to cover up the uncertainties.
But soon enough, the wheels came off Cameron’s wagon.
Mr Corbyn asked whether people on the so-called living wage would be able to afford one of Mr Cameron’s affordable homes.
Again, Dave wouldn’t guarantee anything. The best he could do was “I very much hope they will.“” http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/who-won-pmqs-jeremy-corbyn-7171688
”David Cameron has been accused by a Labour MP of “s******g all over the working class” as he ran the risk of demonising people living on “sink estates” and labelled some jobs “menial”.”
Cameron’s ‘ideas’ for council estates are as ill-formed as they are patronising
”It’s not the buildings – it’s the economy, stupid.”