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Every politician knows that the key to winning elections is to make great promises. Campaigners promise to cure the ills of society from taxes to war to government corruption. If elected they promise to bring about vast improvements in education, employment infrastructure and the economy. The size of the elected office seems almost correlated with the size of the promise. Time and time again the public believes there confident words. BUT how often are these promises actually fulfilled?