Not many people know that George Osborne's Christian name is actually Gideon but doesn't like it so he announces himself as George instead.
So Gideon, after being educated at private schools and Oxford and a membership of the exclusive Bullingdon Club before a short stint as a towel folder at Selfridges, somehow found himself as Chancellor of the Exchequer and responsible for the countries finances.
In March 2012, as the aforementioned countries finances dipped dramatically once again, he announced VAT on caravans and pasties as well as the removal of age related allowances for the elderly, a 3% rise on petrol and a cut in the top rate of income tax for anyone earning over £150,000.
Within 3 months of this budget which Gideon described as 'a budget for growth', he has reversed his decision on all of the above except one, the one that sees the richest members of society with a large wedge of extra money in their pocket. Funny that don't you think?