It’s yet to be seen if the #CameronMustGo campaign is a threat, but so far, despite petitions and online campaigns, people have not seen much change in the way they are governed, current affairs blogger Jo Edwards told RT.
The Twitter hashtag #CameronMustGo appeared about ten days ago and has already got more followers than the “Yes” campaign for an independent Scotland. Those who put #CameronMustGo hashtag in their tweets criticize Cameron’s policies and want him to resign.
RT: What do you think behind this wave of criticism against David Cameron?
Jo Edwards: I think there is a myriad of things at the moment. We are looking at a huge increase in inequality across the UK; we’ve got a huge problem with the housing crisis, and some issues that the likes of Russell Brand have been admirably advocating. And we’ve still not seen any criminal sanctions taken against the bankers, the financial center, and we’ve also seen delayed action on claims of the pedophile ring, the EU in-out referendum, the NHS break-up. I mean there is a huge list of things the UK population is just not happy with at the moment.