UK's Cameron complains about austerity cuts which he ordered

British Prime Minister David Cameron voiced disappointment that public services were being cut in Oxfordshire, prompting critics to point out that such cuts are a result of the prime minister's own policiesBritish Prime Minister David Cameron faced claims of hypocrisy Thursday after he wrote to his local council complaining about cuts to services prompted by his own government’s austerity savings. Cameron voiced disappointment that libraries, museums and day care centres for elderly people were being cut in Oxfordshire, the county west of London which includes his parliamentary seat of Witney. The local government has reportedly agreed to cuts of eight percent a year for the next four years.

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