Budget responses: will there be an election next year?

Keir Starmer: an election will be a chance to get rid of HIM.

To be honest, This Writer had not expected it, but some people are claiming that Sunak’s Budget is heralding a general election next year.

And my first response was:

Good! We’ll be able to get rid of Keir Starmer.

Wait – what? Shouldn’t I be hoping to get rid of Boris Johnson?

Sure. But Starmer represents a more long-term threat to the UK.

You see, Tories do what Tories do. But by turning Labour into Tory-lite (or more accurately Tory-Hard-Right), Starmer is deliberately ending any chance for a better future, for millions of people who are being plunged into poverty by Johnson and Sunak.

Think about all the socialist policies that you support:

These are now FORMER Labour economic policies. They’re still popular but now neither of the main UK political parties will support them. Instead, they’ll try to force you to choose between the very similar policies that THEY want.

How are you going to get any of them if Boris Johnson or Keir Starmer is running the UK? You won’t.

Water re-nationalisation may become a test case now. The companies running water services in England are run by the national governments of eight foreign countries who have chosen to dump raw sewage into our waterways rather than progressively update the Victorian sewerage system from the time they took over the system – as the terms of the sale demanded.

The government now says the public would have to pay for improvements. If that happens, shouldn’t the water companies come back into public ownership? After all, we’re still paying for everything.

We need leaders who will campaign for the changes – and the services we want. Some are saying that Labour’s Socialist Campaign Group should step up.

But they’re too scared of being expelled from the party by the Starmtroopers in the Governance and Legal Unit.

So where’s the Opposition going to come from?

A recent local election saw Labour lose a seat – and come a distant third – to an Independent candidate.

They’re usually Tories in disguise but wouldn’t it be welcome if we had socialists standing independently and winning elections?

Who’s up for it?

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.


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1 thought on “Budget responses: will there be an election next year?

  1. Grey Swans

    Over 50s party (policies ages 1 to 100) is the sole party on the Left that could win next general election, as is unique in gaining Grey Votes when all other left groups do not and gain only derisory few hundred vote share for years now.

    Gain the lost Corbyn legacy and unravel ageist discrimination from age 50, but especially unravelling the discrimination against women aged over 50.

    Nothing the young and men over 50 believe is true, about women aged over 50, National Insurance, state pension, none of it.

    If you are serious about winning against Starmer’s Labour and the ‘borrowed’ Red Wall seats in Midlands or north of England from the Tories, I ask for your help Sir, to promote moral support for the Over 50s party (From Cradle to Grave) to start.

    Blair and Brown did not renationalise the privatised water companies, who have been pouring raw sewage into rivers, lakes and coastal waters all through their government, as well as when privatised by the Tories before them.

    Over 50s party would nationalise all water companies, taking best advice to separate rain overflow drains from sewage drains and get the effluent chemicals to treat the sewage. Passing law to enforce clean water.

    Renationalising energy, water, rail, and Royal Mail.

    Resurrecting fully public NHS from a solution by Nye Bevan, before he managed to start NHS in 1948.

    over50sparty org uk

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