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Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are driving us into a sea of ​​debt

IF the Tory party does what they say on the tin, then they will throw everything they have into a cost of living crisis.

If the Tories – as widely advertised – are now the natural partying of working men and women, every effort will be made to help your family during the coming pandemic of poverty.

Rishi Sunak should cut fuel tax in next week's Mini Budget

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Rishi Sunak should cut fuel tax in next week’s Mini Budget
Rishi, Boris and the rest make all the right noises - but do they understand?

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Rishi, Boris and the rest make all the right noises – but do they understand?

It’s simple – Tories will bring taxes DOWN.

A cut in VAT on energy bills – the unforgivably and blatantly broken Brexit promise – should have happened.

The green tax on energy bills was imposed by Labour’s Energy Minister Ed Miliband in 2008 – then retained during his 12 years as Chancellor of Tory! – should be dropped like an old bacon sandwich.

Stop being silly about net zero and cracked upon jailbreak.

And – due to the demand of 50 Tory MPs – Rishi Sunak should cut fuel tax in next week’s Mini Budget.

Rishi, Boris and the rest make all the right noise. But do they understand? Do they REALLY get it? Do Boris and Rishi really understand what it’s like to wake up in the middle of the night and wonder how you’ll pay next month’s bills? Do these out-of-touch Torys appreciate that millions of men and women – all the 2019 Tory voters, all the 2016 Brexit supporters – are on the brink of financial devastation broken life?

Do Rishi and Boris understand that many people have concluded that driving a car is now a luxury for a rich person? Do they understand that many housemates will soon have to choose between heating their homes and feeding their children?

Sadly, despite all the reassuring whispers, I don’t think they do.

When everything soars beyond the value of the Pound in your pocket, I don’t think Boris, Rishi or anyone in this Government is even dim-witted by the fact that millions of people find themselves helplessly falling into the black hole of debt.

This does not mean that the new poor will rush into the noisy embrace of Labour.

It means that most of us now feel politically homeless.

Boris Johnson – supported and abetted by the unelected Jeremy Corbyn – has broken historic links between the Labor Party and its former heartlands.

But Boris has yet to make the deal. The coming pandemic of poverty will cause real misery for millions of hard-working Britons.

Politically homeless

And if Boris understood the people who gave him an 80-seat majority, he would cut taxes today, leave green fundamentalism to Greta Thunberg and keep all those Brexit promises about taxing the evil EU. for energy bills.

But it’s best not to hold your breath.

From Clement Attlee to Tony Blair, my mother was a Labor voter all her life.

My mother is a tribal voter, her loyalty to Labor is as unchanging as the color of her eyes.

But they don’t make the voters like my mother anymore.

When everything soars beyond the value of the Pound in your pocket, I don’t think Boris, Rishi or anyone in this Government is even dim-witted by the fact that millions of people find themselves helplessly falling into the black hole of debt.

There will be millions of Britons who voted Conservative at the last election who won’t do it again because the Tories haven’t done enough to ease their financial hardship.

Perhaps some of them will return to Labor, if they can hold their noses and pretend that you have never campaigned to install a group of Hezbollah, Hamas and IRA at 10 Downing Street. They are more likely to feel politically homeless – and only at home on election day.

A theme that is set to dominate our national debate. Poverty pandemic.

You are not worried about Putin’s Nuclear Weapons when you can’t pay your household bills. You don’t have to worry about catching the virus when you don’t know how your family will survive next year.

Cost of living, Boris.

Pay the bills, Rishi.

This 21st century, Govey.

If you can’t help our country with that, you’ll find out that we’re no longer of any use to you.

Because Britons are all floating voters now.

Favorite Catwoman? All of them

ZOE KRAVITZ made a convincing Catwoman in Batman, the latest in a long series of Dark Knight reboots, which stars Robert Pattinson as the pants-wearing crime fighter. .

Zoe hands her a pad – “I have a thing about peanuts” – with a cat meow. And she looks perfect.

Zoe Kravitz Makes a Convincing Catwoman in The Batman

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Zoe Kravitz Makes a Convincing Catwoman in The Batman

Mind you, I’m a huge fan of Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman in Batman Returns.

And also Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises. And Halle Berry is a really good Catwoman.

Actually, now that I think about it, I’ve never seen a Catwoman that I didn’t like.

I distinctly recall something stirring in my gray flared shorts when Julie Newmar (seasons one and two) and later Eartha Kitt (final) played Batman’s arch-nemesis. in the television series Sixties.

The man is bored with Catwoman, bored with life.

Marina shows mettle

MARINA OVSYANNIKOVA, Russian journalist waving an anti-war sign on Russian live TVlooks like she got off the car gently.

Marina was fined 30,000 rubles (£215) for “thugs”. However, she now faces prosecution under new laws that deal with anything that discredits the Russian military.

Marina Ovsyannikova could face 15 years in prison

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Marina Ovsyannikova could face 15 years in prison

Maybe 15 years in prison.

A courageous woman has put her freedom and the happiness of her children in jeopardy, in a few moments of truth.

Marina is being called the bravest woman on television. She is like the bravest woman in the world.

The worst is yet to come

FROM beginning to end, China has contracted the coronavirus catastrophically.

China was not honest with the world when Covid emerged in Wuhan.

China then resolutely pursued a zero-Covid policy while leaving millions of its elderly people unvaccinated.

Now, mainland China has 11 major cities under lockdown. Currently, Hong Kong is storing the body of the deceased Covid in refrigerated shipping containers.

China’s zero-Covid policy is the Flat Earth Society of our time.

Vaccination is the only way out of Covid.

While the rest of the world is abandoning face masks, the worst is yet to happen in China.

McKechnie get out of here

NERD stopped play at Goodison Park when a protester tied him by the neck to a post during the Everton v Newcastle game on Thursday.

It took EIGHT minutes and the mother of all bolts to free Louis McKechnie, 21, who represents Stop Oil, a subsidiary of Insulate Britain.

It took EIGHT minutes and the mother of all the bolts to free Louis McKechnie, 21 years old

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It took EIGHT minutes and the mother of all the bolts to free Louis McKechnie, 21 years old

How many of those people do you think Louis converted for his cause?

Well, zero would be my guess as well.

P&O ferry is too cruel

P&O is the ugly face of capitalism.

Blaming dwindling profits, the ferry – which generously spent £147m funding the European Golf Tour in January – brutally sacked 800 crew members during a three-hour video call. minutes and immediately replaced them with cheap agent staff.

No working man or woman has ever been treated with such heartless cruelty.

Now P&O is the ferry company that no one wants to touch the barges.

There is no good way to get oil

In a perfect world, we would buy all our oil from smiling Dutch people who stay up to date with the latest developments in LGBT rights.

In a better universe, we would buy our gas from good Scandinavians who can define what a woman is without offending anyone.

Saudi Arabia has a regime to kill and dismember Jamal Khashoggi for being a journalist

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Saudi Arabia has a regime to kill and dismember Jamal Khashoggi for being a journalist

Sadly, we live in an imperfect world where the European Union is horrified, shocked and disgusted by Vladimir Putin.

But to paraphrase Robert Palmer – the EU will have to face it, the EU is addicted to Vlad’s gas.

Unfortunately, Boris flew to Saudi Arabia to demand that Riyadh keep the oil flowing as soon as Saudi Arabia embarked on a public execution.

More than 80 executions in one day? Never mind, fill her up with lead-free super, Your Majesty!

Yes, this is the regime that killed and dismembered Jamal Khashoggi for being a journalist who criticized the Saudi government.

But on the bright side, at least the Saudis don’t threaten to destroy humanity with nuclear weapons.

Boris has been accused by Labor of aiding from one dictator to another.

Maybe Labor likes to read The Guardian by candlelight and wear three coats.

After the tsunami that hit Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011, Frau Angela Merkel no longer wants nuclear power in Germany and believes the answer is cheap gas bought from a Russian psychopath. .

Look how well it works.

The lesson learned is that we should not rely on anyone’s strength.

The conclusion is that we must have complete self-control.

We have to do whatever it takes – renewables, renewables, wind, solar, nuclear, a lot – to keep our lights on.

Until that sunny day, we will be in a desperate situation.

Throwing things

Things that are BACK in football matches are becoming unsettlingly common.

When Atletico Madrid knocked Manchester United out of the Champions League, their black-clad coach Diego Simeone ran into the dressing room under a breeze of angry subjects.

On the Brighton pitch, Tottenham’s Harry Kane happily bounced a lob into a Coke bottle.

But it won’t be long before someone gets seriously hurt.

Once football fans recognize a cake. Now they are more likely to laugh it off.

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