Hardworking abuse victims are to receive more support from the Government under plans outlined by George Osborne today.
Speaking at the AGM of the Institute of Directors in London he said, “Our number one priority is to give hardworking abuse victims all the support we can in these difficult times. We inherited a situation from the last Government whereby the needs of hardworking abuse victims were being ignored. I assure you, that for the Conservative Party hard working abuse victims are and will always be considered the cornerstone of our society.”
According to the latest Government statistics hardworking abuse victims now outnumber hardworking families by 2 to 1.
Osborne continued, “From April 2015 hardworking abuse victims will receive tax concessions on any compensation pay out over £25,000. We will also help with fuel and travelling costs for attendance at court and help with laundry bills.”
The response from hardworking abuse victims has so far been positive.
Speaking outside Nottingham Crown Court, Mrs Y, a hardworking abuse victim from Derby said, “This is great news. In fact my local MP has already been giving me all kinds of support from sorting my plumbing out to taking the kids to Pleasure Land. They’ll definitely be getting my vote next year.”