WHILE a dark era of economic troubles begins, the Tories are in for a brawl.
The energy price cap will rise by 54 percent today. The food explodes. council tax too. Fuel is exorbitantly expensive.
Namely Chancellor Rishi Sunak Millions of tax hikes belatedly spared this month, millions more WILL be fleeced.
In truth, that is little the case tories‘ Error. covid forced them to borrow £400 billion and then unleashed rampant global inflation. PutinThe war wreaked further havoc. Much of the world is struggling. This is not Tory economic abuse.
But voters will blame them for increasing national insurance and paltry efforts to help millions of people struggling in poverty.
work offers only a short-sighted, populist “take-home tax” on North Sea oil companies that would cut investments vital to our energy future and hammer pensions. But it has an open goal.
And one poll already gives him a healthy head start on managing taxes and public spending and driving down the cost of living. This is disastrous for the Tories.
Britain needs a lot more help, Rishi. Why not lower taxes now instead of in the distant country of 2024?
Soft on crime
The Tories are also lagging behind Labor on law and order among swing voters – and in that respect they have no excuses.
Fighting crime and securing borders should be their core competencies. Yet every day they leave hundreds of illegal migrants passed out on our shores and remain there.
Shambolic borders, criminal streets, rising prices. Not a pretty picture for the number 10 as local elections are coming up.
Now frack on
The Cuadrilla fracking well grace period must now usher in a UK energy revolution.
The company has a year’s stay of execution as the government reconsiders whether slate mining is safe. It is, of course, unless earthquakes so small that no one can feel them are considered “unsafe.”
Anti-fracking campaigns have been successful in the UK and across Europe. They were reportedly partially funded by Moscow to keep gas supplies under control.
It knew slate could provide the UK with cheap, home-grown energy for decades. The government has to agree to it.
Then you will win over the public.
The BBC slightly strengthens its small minority of working-class staff. So what?
Their slavish left-liberal policies are the real problem. Would they recruit a young openly pro-Brexit Tory? Big chance.
Hire a few and the Beeb might start to understand the millions who pay its bills.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18131333/rishi-sunak-why-not-cut-taxes-now/ Britain needs a lot more help, Rishi