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Boris Johnson’s biggest headache was not in Queen’s speech – and he knows it – POLITICO

LONDON – Pomp, pomp, swords and tiaras.

The speech of the queen that sets out in governmentlegislative plan in The British parliament has all the drama.

What was missing this time was the queens who missed a chance for only for the third time in 59 years old.

There have also been no, at least in the opinion of opposition politicians and activists, no new attempts to resolve financial pressure bearing down on households as result of rising electricity bills and inflation.

Accusation of conservatives failure to drive economic growthLabour leader Keir Starmer said. public services suffered and “times harder than them need be” like result.

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, a poverty alleviation charity, called the flaw of new support measures that are “deeply troubling for families on low incomes,” while the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit said steps to give instant help for example better home isolation “seems to be fading into the background.”

It happens when the country is fighting with gloomy economic outlook after the Bank of England has warned that the UK faces a “sharp economic slowdown” this year. year and raised interest rates to try and stop pace of rising Prices.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson hinted at the scale of in problem in introduction to the Queen’s speech given by the monarch or her understudy in in this case – but according to the scenario government.

“It is right that we continue to do our best to lighten the burden people are fighting with now,” the preamble said, but it was emphatically emphasized that this was not just happening of throwing money in problem – “we have to also remember this for every pound of taxpayers money we spend on reducing bills now it’s a pound we don’t invest in bringing down invoices and prices over the longer term”.

big question for Johnson – whether voters and his own MPs will wear it.

Transverse section of MPs were optimistic about the absence of economic aid is put out, emphasizing that main the levers lie with Treasury and it wasn’t budget. And yet they were clear that this line won’t last until the fall when next budget planned.

One senior tori, who praised the measures set out on skillsmental health and governmentmanifesto promise to “level up opportunities across the country, said the Queen’s speech would never vehicle for financial support warned that an additional statement of “pretty soon” for solutions rising cost of a life.

BUT former minister said the argument that “we can’t spend our way out of in cost of life crisis will feel very worn in coming months as evidence of difficulties are mounting up”.

Johnson was outraged that cost of COVID was ‘huge’ in his own speech later on Tuesday, while fueling expectations that he would act on in cost of live sooner rather than later with except that he and Chancellor Rishi Sunak would “talk more about it in days to come.” It won’t help dispel the rumors in Westminster, what government preparing for an emergency budget for this summer.

However, in a sign that Sunak and his boss once upon a time again not really on on the same page, officials of the Ministry of Finance poured cold water on on idea of any unavoidable intervention, with one saying: “In budget schedule will be set out in normal way. There will be no emergency budget”.

The ex-minister The above quote didn’t mean anything. announced before the fall will miss the most affected, as Sunak prefers ” avoid everything, that adds permanent addition cost to social security, showing that we back “workers”.

government regularly highlights what current the economic picture is determined, at least in part, global challenges out of his control, while some analysts believe that we may be at the very beginning of longer-term perestroika.

Ben Zaranko of institute for The financial research think tank warned that global lack of energy and price horse racing can just be something that does us constantly getting poorer and says that the chancellor should protect home and business against permanent change in prices first of everything is not very conservative and second, you can’t do it forever.”

“What could he do if he so wished to be redistributed to help protect the most economically vulnerable,” he said. added.

This of certainly doesn’t stop Johnson from making choices about what or whom to prioritize when it comes to proposing financial protection and expectations from public turn out to be higher than ever.

Voters have become more favorable for higher government spending in polls show that in recent years and especially in response to the pandemic.

Pointing at the party is disappointing results in parts of country in last weekly local elections one a Conservative adviser said: “They were trying to get [voters] used to not being able to spend more and the voters told them eff off”.


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