It's strange, but not surprising how some 'wanabee' local politicians can go into complete denial of their Party's policies whilst campaigning for power.
Liberal parliamentary candidate and probably a County Council election candidate on some random community Julie Porksen, welcomed the finding of the Courts on matters surrounding the 'bedroom tax' in your newspaper (Northumberland Gazette),stating she and her party has "been vociferous in their opposition to the ‘spare room subsidy’ since its inception"
My question to Ms Porksen is WHEN!. during my campaign for Berwick in the 2015 Parliamentary elections all I heard was similar denial from the Libs at that time and here we are again with another round of the same level of denial!
I think I should remind people of some of the anti-social policies along with the bedroom tax the Libs in Parliament and beyond supported during the coalition period.
Restructuring the NHS kickstarting outsourcing, Trebling Tuition Fees, Introduction of Universal Credit, Slashing Disability Living Allowance claimant numbers then changing the benefit altogether,Putting back womens pension even further,Privatising prisons under a 'workforce reform' banner and rolling up public debt to 62% of GDP to name but few.
You may argue that the Tories introduced these policies but your party was just as culpable through the hands up agreement supported both nationally and locally.
Julie get your head around things, your denial agenda as come unstuck.