#BorisJohnson’s lies: he says your income has rocketed, so why can’t you afford to live?

This was perhaps the most offensive lie Boris Johnson told in Prime Minister’s Questions on January 5, 2022.

He said income inequality in the UK has fallen.

In a country where poverty is “steadily increasing”, according to the Office for National Statistics, while billionaires have boosted their own income massively, this is an insult to the millions of us who are struggling to make ends meet.

When one adds in the fact that he lied about child poverty – it is increasing, not decreasing – the insult is overwhelming.

Here’s the video evidence:

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2 thoughts on “#BorisJohnson’s lies: he says your income has rocketed, so why can’t you afford to live?

  1. Debbie Wiles

    My PIP and ESA increase in 2021 was 0.5% – about 25% of the rate of inflation at the time. I’m not expecting much better this year.

  2. kateuk

    I’m a pensioner, the governmnent broke it’s own promise to keep the “triple lock” on pensions because they didn’t want to increase them by much, My income certainly isn’t “rocketing”.

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