Telegraph viewers have actually been going over Liz Truss’s ask for Rishi Sunak to postpone or desert the Government’s secret net zero promises (see the blog post listed below at 10.31).
Conte di Faraglione composes: “Fantastic if Truss starts skewering Sunak on the eco pledges that will make us poorer and colder. She’s one of the few Tory MPs not on board with the Tory/Labour Uniparty tendency we’ve seen of late, where there is no fundamental difference between the two leaders, who both embrace the high tax, low growth philosophy.”
Deborah Hicks states: “In Switzerland, there would be a referendum on such measures. I’m not in favour of putting every question separately to the electorate, but something that is so far-reaching with costs to the individual both personally and as a taxpayer so significant that there must be a case for it. If the Government case is so strong, then they will be able to argue it and convince us, won’t they?”
Meanwhile, Mike Machin recommends: “So many people forget that the overwhelming majority of the population don’t spend their time studying the minutia of right-of-centre politics. All they know is that they want fairness, security and an economy that works. All that moving further to the right achieves is a greater chance of not being re-elected.”
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