BORIS Johnson says he wants to find all the stops to help struggling Britons.
The Prime Minister pointed out that the increase in energy and fuel prices is partly a direct tactic of the government Vladimir Putin to “undermine the collective will.”
He told Tory loyalists in Blackpool yesterday: “We have to do everything we can to help people cover their day-to-day expenses. ”
All right, Boris. But this is not the time for half-hearted measures.
Hardline Britons are being crippled by tearful energy bills and rising inflation.
Some can’t even afford gas to send their children to school.
Rishi Sunak need to make a big and bold move.
At every opportunity so far, he’s taken down Prospects for meaningful tax cuts in Wednesday’s Small Budgetsays he can’t wave a magic wand.
This is despite estimates of a surprise £40 billion boost to the coffers. Boris and Rishi need to work together on a unified policy.
If the Prime Minister sincerely wants to help, this is how he and the Prime Minister can start.
First, get rid of the obnoxious April NI tax hike, which now looks increasingly unchanged.
Second, cut fuel taxes immediately. That would really be trying to help.
Putin war criminal
VLADIMIR Putin must never shirk responsibility for his monstrous war crimes.
Hypersonic missile was just the latest callous tactic of a demon that avidly slaughtered innocent children.
Britain must play a full role in ensuring that the cruel autocrat and his minions face justice at last.
By Dominic Raab Task Force is a good place to start.
It will play an important role in gathering evidence of the atrocities committed by lawless Russian commanders and their soldiers.
The International Criminal Court relentlessly hunted down Nazi Germany for World War II atrocities.
The oldest, just last year, was 100 years old.
Putin is sure that he will face the same fate.
He must be pursued until the day of his death.
Light in the dark
With bills skyrocketing and a war raging, the world seems a bleak place.
But in the end we can take some solace from the weather.
We’re headed for a March heatwave and the clocks will turn to next Sunday.
At least it’s sunny!
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