In fact the LD stated that over the years they will reduce fees to nothing rather than cutting them tomorrow. This means if they get into power the 3rd years will not pay, the next year the 2nd years will not pay and so on. Yet again information lost in "spin".
As an observation, since the conservative party hasn't been elected into power, Mr Cameron hasn't removed anything.
I'm sure that all the main party manifestos contain lots of ways to reduce spending here to support spending there, but will they actually come to fruition when reality strikes?
Given the current level of national borrowing, something is going to have to give regardless who is elected, this much is obvious. What is also obvious is that the public sector is going to bear the brunt.
Still all is well on Gordon's sterile "meet the voter" outings, escorted by armed policemen from one Labour safe house to another, the noticeable thing when he makes his visits - the absence of the General Public. Maybe he is scared to be asked something in case he actually tells the truth.