Tuesday, September 27, 2022

It’s the Big Boris Johnson Brexit Bonanza – but can he deliver?

Since brexit got sort of done, and the pandemic has hopefully now finished rampaging across the nation swinging an enormous wrecking ball through domestic policy and leaving ugly red scars of debt and a thoroughly shaken up jobs market in its wake. The next big tory offer of levelling up must now survey the debris and determine how on earth to use the detritus of the greatest government emergency spend since wartime too. Here’s another one build back better. If you were playing conference, bingo, leveling up buildback, better and, of course, red wall would be fairly safe, bets having inherited a slew of disowned old labour voters, the so-called left-behinds, who had faced decades of wage compression while watching their once beloved communities slip through their fingers with the sands of time team. Boris knows exactly what to say to continue to court. The favor of this new trench of support vital to cling on to any future right-wing hegemony, higher wages, lower cost of living.

No more champagne, socialism presiding over woolworth’s becoming a polsky slap better schools, so their kids can go to better universities, home ownership, dignity in old age, social mobility and, above all, respect no more idiot brexiteers, who didn’t know what they were voting for in terms of lip service, boris and co are well placed. The lines were rehearsed during the brexit campaign and the greatest grassroots electoral upset in generations still crystallizes support towards anybody who is not a traitor to the cause in those tumultuous post-referendum years and despite those lines coming from an old etonian whose middle name is defel, who splutters over common vernacular with a bumbling stutter as if his voice were only accustomed to oratory in ancient greek. Well, he so far managed to keep the penny. Pinched population peculiarly patient in a sort of post-plebiscite pause. The pandemic got in the way of things somewhat, but now is the new dorm. But boris has a lot to do if he’s going to maintain their approval and continue to support their badge of honor and not be reduced to well he’s just like the other lot and so far.

Well, things aren’t looking too bright: petrol prices, soaring universal credit, top-ups being scrapped. All the schemes to keep the housing markets afloat during the pandemic turned out to be cushy for those wanting leafy second homes in the countryside and for the developers, but less so for cash-strapped. Renters gas prices are going up due to historic, catastrophic lack of strategy in energy policy. National insurance is being hiked to afford social care for pensioners, a quarter of whom live in million pound properties and now half of hs2 is being binned, leaving a huge chunk of the northern constituencies being massaged by the tories with broken promises. Well, at least for them. Sakia stammer can’t figure out who has a vagina.

So, in political terms, that’s brought the tories some precious time to get things right, but the winter will soon cast its horry lights on promises made in the summer and if the prime minister doesn’t start putting money where his mouth is, the daily real-life experiences of those above the fictional red wall will soon start to diverge enormously from the sunlit uplands that are supposed to be the boris legacy. It’s no surprise that today, boris has weighed in on the hgv driver shortage as an effort to create clean air between government and the opposition benches, pointing out how big business needs to be weaned off the cheap foreign workers that the labour party would see, trap the blue collar backbone in grubbing around for palsy pay for futurity, but in the short term, there’ll be a lot of scrabbling to keep beer, fizzy pets or pumping and pigs in blankets. As the reality of headache-inducing sums in family balance, books will see the real politics of home economics begin to crash down. Just as days are getting colder and nights longer and christmas stockings beg to be filled. It’s the big boris, brexit bonanza, but in the face of post-pandemic headwinds, plummeting social mobility and stagnant infrastructure investment for decades can he deliver. Today we need to talk about leveling up [Music], welcome to the gb news, youtube channel.

You can watch us live 24 hours a day, catch up on your favorite shows and join in the conversation in the comments below don’t forget to subscribe and you’ll, never miss any of our exclusive content..

To read more :https://www.youtube.com/c/GBNewsOnline

Related Articles

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest Articles