While it's hardly surprising that Socialist Unity criticises the Tory plans, the wording used by David Blanchflower is damning. It's not some fancy, academic point he's making about economics, it's almost abuse (merited, of course):
"Mr Osborne, I really don’t know which economists are advising you on this brilliant strategy to increase unemployment, but feel free to give me a call. Unemployment makes voters unhappy."
"George Osborne...has little or no experience in economics"
"Where exactly are the new jobs going to come from under your great new strategy, Mr Osborne?"
"Unemployment will explode under your “lack of a plan for jobs”, Mr Osborne!"