“BUT vision of Labor Britain,” tweeted the reliably dim Tory supporter Mark Jenkinson. It was about railroad strikes. Somebody should let him know what was tory government for in last 12 years. Who knows, maybe Dopey Mark will find his own food. bank in your constituency and blame the opposition for it is too. If only Labor would do more have elected in 2010, 2015, 2017, 2019 (delete where necessary) then there would not be so many people life in poverty.
There again may be one should not be too harsh on Bad Mark. After all, many in cabinet also suffers from such delusions. Last but not least, Grant Shapps, who has been sent out on on the air to say that everyone except himself was to blame for the strikes. When he found out who transport secretary He was going to give him a piece of his opinion. It was completely irresponsible for The workers allowed the strikes to continue… Uh.
Shapps was in an unbearably worse condition… for comparison, Michael Gove should take the line of coke to be so terrible – during the previous day’s House of Representatives statement, and he was just as bad Today. Not just pleased with alone, but delighted with myself. Smuggy MacSmagFace. He, too, somehow still believes that forcing unions to of planned strikes play out Well for tory. What people won’t tell ourselves that it would be much better if employers, including government – could come to a decision before the unions called for Industrial Activity.
So what we got was more of same. It was not a transport secretary’s job to try and settle transport disputes. But just if that was the case, then he would be happy to be stuck in if only it was one in million chance of help. shame no one told him that Network Rail said they were on edge of 11 hour calculation. Presumably they wouldn’t have come so close if Grant was involved. There is no situation that he cannot make worse, etc. Maybe he more self-aware than he looks.
Transport secretary really had more to tell on changing the law to force agency workers to replace for striking railroad workers at some point in in future. Although, as always, he didn’t seem to think much of it. one through. “This is your train. driver Speaking. it first once I have ever traveled from London to Manchester, and I only on minimal salary. And no one more on train or in the control center also knows what they are doing. So please bear with us. we will make our best to bring you closer to your destination, but if we get lost or have an accident, please don’t get angry. Thanks for your patience.”
Boris Johnson was also struggling make it a message clear. At first he was adamant that public industry workers should show exercise restraint – only a few weeks ago he was all in service of high profit payment economy and fell out with governor of bank of England for contradicting him – then a few moments later he was in service of change the law to allow huge bonuses for those who work in in financial service industries.
Let’s think about it one through. Public sector workers must take effective pay cuts, but bankers are free to earn billions of pounds more. It must be alignment up agenda shape. Condemned fast confirm this is. It was like this overseas financial institutions could of Brexit. And I thought that was the whole point of Brexit was supposed to benefit the UK. I’m so stupid.
To add to the dismay, Johnson went on announce that from next yearold people would get a raise in them pension in line with inflation. It was stunning. So when the railroad asked for salary increase in line with inflation, the country was held for ransom “union barons.” But pensioners were just Great for payment 11% rise. It’s almost as if one part of government has no idea what the other is doing. Convicted just manufacturing policy up on hoof. And the rest of country in abusive relationship with his.
Above in House of Commons, Liz Truss was also struggling with reality during the questions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Not more than when Hilary Benn of the Labor Party asked her how she could invoke “grave necessity” as a defense of violation international law when it was her government who freely agreed on Northern Ireland protocol only a couple of years ago.
It was like this, she said. Taking yourself very seriously – far more so than anyone more in Westminster – has its advantages on these cases. That means she can keep straight face. Others would struggle with such a doggy. Then maybe she’s incapable of difference between truth as well as fantasy. Interesting.
But in LizWorld she broke and did not break international law, and had the right to do whatever she liked, because the EU made cardinal error of compliance with the contract in its integrity. In any case, something had to be done, because protocol was in conflict with Good Friday Agreement. It was strange, Benn said, because the Convict said it was in “perfect match” with G.F.A.
What was not asked is how Truss fulfilled her ministerial duties to use her position to try and get a job for lover. Is not it one of duties of a convict when he was a foreigner secretary? It would be one of several parts of a job he really put his best effort into, by the looks of it. Nazanin Zagari-Ratcliff could rot in jail but Carrie must be found Job. Pronto. Although strange, no one of the minimum wage that Johnson spends so much time trying to channel the rest of of us. I bet he would like Carrie to train on the agency train driver currently. However, it’s only a matter of of until he makes her his new ethics advisor.