Lower taxes now
IF both Tories and Labor are confident of keeping taxes high, what real choice do we have in the next election?
What remains when the Tories are no longer the low-tax party?
A personality contest? Partygate Boris vs Shifty Starmer, Attempted Destroyer of 17.4M Brexit Vote? That’s not good enough.
Rishi Sunak must quickly restore his party’s traditional appeal with an election in two years or less.
The Sun does not yet share the desperation of some Tories at this week’s tax bailout.
The Chancellor’s critics have amnesia about the dire circumstances that led to this.
Covid and a catastrophic war are monumental global problems that no other modern government has had to contend with.
They left millions of Britons with difficulties beyond their experience.
We needed emergency help, and Rishi helped us, imperfect as it may be.
But the Tories ARE doomed if their next step, perhaps a third bailout later this year, isn’t a big cut from the highest tax burden in 70 years.
Labor instincts will always be to spend more and keep taxes sky high.
Voters need to know that the Tories will give them a lot more of their money. It is crucial to the Conservative appeal.
Rishi considers himself a low-tax chancellor. He urgently needs to prove it.
THE best way for police to connect with their communities is to prevent and solve crimes for them.
Not through pathetic hip-hop dad dance routines that make a laughing stock of them.
How many hours did these cops spend rehearsing this mindless work?
London’s crime is off the charts. His Met Police are a scandalous mess of politically correct incompetence crying out for their first competent leader in years.
That means a boss who brings in cops from Twitter and TikTok, abandons virtue signal idiocy and focuses solely on protecting the citizens they are meant to serve.
WHY is it so difficult for the BBC to understand the basics of being politically neutral?
His Partygate hysteria was bad enough.
Then yesterday she tried to hire an outspoken Labor activist as the supposedly impartial presenter of Radio 5 Live.
Socialist Matthew Stadlen has publicly ranted about the Tories and Brexit, branded Boris a “lying lawbreaker” (although Starmer is “decent and reasonable”) and was considering becoming a Labor MP three weeks ago.
He is entitled to these views.
But not running a publicly funded broadcaster meant being politically unbiased – a dime that dropped just last night after an outcry.
The truth is that a Labor government is royalty’s only hope.
So the BBC’s journalist-activists will stop at nothing to put Starmer at number 10.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5439777/rishi-sunak-low-tax-chancellor/ Rishi Sunak considers himself a low-tax chancellor