NO ONE can reliably argue that the Tories have overlooked being the lowest paid of the past 12 years. Each Budget includes measures designed to cut inequality.
But those are not the glories that Boris Johnson can rest assured of as soaring costs now threaten to cause real trouble.
Labor is trying to contain rising inflation amid a booming Tory economy, when it was a global problem. But they are right to demand action to reduce it.
Why is the Prime Minister against eliminating VAT on energy, as The Sun proposes?
His fear that it would cut bills for well-off families is too confusing. Tories SHOULD reduce taxes across the board. Boris will be hard pressed to face important headlines: The VAT cut is also Labor policy.
Besides, that was his pre-Brexit promise. Why does the rigid hand Remainers propaganda gift of solder on it?
The government has the right to refuse the bailout offers of energy suppliers, because of their self-seeking behavior. But specifically what NEW measures do Boris and his Prime Minister have to help the public deal with the dire costs of sky-high bills?
Listen to them. Because the only tax policy on the horizon is UP.
BORIS kept his nerve once again commendable as he crossed the Covid curbs.
That needs some work amid soaring cases, hospitals declaring “serious incidents” and clamoring from the loving Left on lockdown.
Is Keir Starmer so determined? Do us a favor.
True, the Prime Minister is still led by data. The fact that Omicron is lighter, that the peak may soon pass, has largely been threefold, and by the understanding that the lockdown has hideous consequences in themselves.
We also welcome the shift from expensive and unnecessary PCR tests to simple, inexpensive lateral flows that perfectly detect infectious Covid.
PCR trash and self-isolation for those going on vacation again is a big boost for families and the travel industry.
Add this, PM, as we live with Covid.
Statue of anarchy
Is rights therapy still standing? Apparently not after a like-minded jury removed four social justice fighters toppled the statue.
Edward Colston was a 17th-century slave whose Bristol memorial has offended many. That’s indisputable, but beside the point. Some statues like his may have had their time. But there is a legal process to contest their removal.
We cannot let the mob destroy them, believing that jurors will release them by delivering politically motivated sentences in criminal cases. That is anarchy.
Where is the line drawn? Who decides which statues, paintings or buildings can be attacked with impunity? Left side?
So how long before Churchill was pulled from the pole and thrown into the Thames?
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4403884/boris-johnson-slash-taxes-across-board/ Boris Johnson should cut taxes on a large scale