Angry voters want money back – but in tax cuts only
Taxpayers aren't being heard in the media because they don't have a trade union.
'We want our money back." If you were allowed only one sentence to say to canvassers on the doorsteps in this election season, then that would probably be it.
Overtaxed for public services that are seen as too expensive, deprived of a pay rise since 2007 and living in one of the highest cost economies in the world, we all want our money back.
So do low-earning public servants who have taken three pay cuts since 2009 – and some of whom still earn less than the average industrial wage.