There was no point in voting Tory if the FSA is still here

I have just read that newly appointed chancellor George Osborne has had to scrap plans to hand over banking supervision to the Bank of England (Mortgage Strategy Online).

This is yet another kick in the teeth for voters.

Many thousands of people are likely to have voted for the Conservatives due to the fact that they promised to do away with the FSA.

But we have ended up voting for a party which has had to jump into bed with one we didn’t vote for, and now find the reason we voted Tory is to be ignored.

The only way to resolve this is to go back to the polls.