Started by klondike, October 04, 2023, 02:20:19 PM
Quote from: klondike on October 04, 2023, 02:20:19 PMAll the speeches at the Tory conference that are apparently being well received are effectively saying "We are getting this wrong".I'm expecting Sunak to stand up and announce "We are bloody useless" then sit down to a standing ovation.
Quote from: dextrous63 on October 04, 2023, 04:10:23 PMHear what you say Diasi, but he seems to have overlooked the fact that he and his government have been getting these things wrong for quite some time, during which he has been defending their record.I'm done with this lot anyway. Reform for me.
Quote from: klondike on October 04, 2023, 10:08:34 PMHe may not be able to stop the boats but he could stop the 600,000 legals tomorrow.There were other promises. I think cutting NHS waiting was one and that is going up.Inflation was another which was supposed to have been an easy one when it was made but stll seems to be sticky.Reducing debt and growing the economy I see after checking were the other two.This shows how he was doing when the article was written - https://news.sky.com/story/rishi-sunak-pledge-tracker-what-progress-is-the-pm-making-on-his-five-goals-12742535There is a technical term for their position. I don't recall what it was but I think it started with F.
Quote from: klondike on October 04, 2023, 11:20:29 PMI don't think it matters much whose fault it is and you are probably quite right on that. What matter is he stood up at the start of the year and made a big thing of his 5 points. Now it seems that he won't be delivering on them. HS2 was promised and has been curtailed. Quite rightly too imo as it was never going to be delivered in time or budget. What is the point of taking any notice at all of what he says when none of it ever happens?There have been Conservatives in power for 13 years. Nothing works. The public finances are a disgrace. The tax burden is a disgrace. How can he expect to be elected (I won't say re-elected as he never was).I'll have to rejig this one again soon...
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