Zero votes in it
THE Sun has long argued that Britain will not back Net Zero policies which make us poorer. Why don’t politicians listen?
The Sun has long argued that Britain will not back Net Zero policies which make us poorer[/caption]
And when many well-heeled folk who HAVE bought them regret it.
The same goes for ditching gas boilers for heat humps costing at least £10,000, with no guarantee they won’t leave owners shivering in a British winter.
Politicians imposed arbitrary deadlines aimed at bullying the public into making these dubious, unproven, unaffordable purchases. It is the definition of trying to run before you can walk.
Incredibly, this potential Government is allied now to a road-blocking doomsday cult hated even by schoolchildren.
The Tories have no real excuse.
Net Zero is a fine goal, if and when we can afford it. Until then is neither main party prepared to row back on their eco zealotry and focus on fixing our economy?
THE Covid Inquiry so far appears merely an excuse for the Left to hate on the Tories and refight battles it lost long ago.
David Cameron was in the stocks yesterday, pelted with claims that his brief austerity drive from 2010 left the NHS unready for an unprecedented plague incubated by Chinese bats in 2019.
David Cameron was in the stocks yesterday, pelted with claims that his brief austerity drive from 2010 left the NHS unready for an unprecedented pandemic[/caption]
Do us a favour. Few countries were remotely prepared. Even the Left can’t blame Tory cuts for that.
For balance, though, should Gordon Brown not now be grilled over why that spending restraint was vital?
Labour’s profligacy on top of a global crash necessitated it, as voters accepted when they gave Cameron a majority in 2015, five years after making him PM.
The Covid Inquiry has no business rewriting history with a left-wing slant.
It is in danger already of becoming a one-sided political witch-hunt lacking focus on what matters above all:
Our protection from the next pandemic.
Let BoJo go
HAVE MPs nothing better to do than continue to fixate on Boris Johnson?
He has quit and returned to writing. And still they lined up in the Commons yesterday to give him another kicking.
Move on. Let him go.