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Will the public sector pay freeze be enough for voters?

As the UK government gets ready to announce a pay freeze for the better paid in the UK public services sector, there is a feeling this is too little too late from a government which has been woefully out of touch with UK voters. At a time when the public sector in the UK has ballooned to an unbelievable size, taking in more and more taxing income each and every year, there is a feeling that this move will have no medium to long-term impact on voter opinions.

Only a few weeks ago a UK government was suggesting that increased investment in the public sector would go ahead at full pace, only to announce a massive U-turn and a total change in policy. Each and every U-turn which the UK government has navigated over the last few months has reduced voter confidence and voter trust in the authorities. For many people we are at the stage where the government can do no right for doing wrong and each and every announcement is treated with contempt.

Despite expected attempts by the UK government to grab the headlines in the Tory conference week all eyes are on David Cameron to see if he really is the best man for the job.

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