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During the summer much was made of Tory leader David Cameron’s unfortunate use of the ‘T’ word during a radio interview. One cartoonist later commentated that he would have got into more trouble with the Tory hierarchy had he used a different four-letter word, ‘cuts.’ Cameron has gone out of his way not to give the impression that the Tories will bring in massive public sector cuts should they win the next general election.  Indeed he has gone on record as saying that the budgets for overseas aid and – more to the point – the health service will be protected. Can we believe him? We think not.