Boris Johnson will use Queen’s Speech to push ‘plan to improve’ after elections loss. How?

It probably isn’t him but it gets the message across: in a national poll, Boris Johnson has been described as an “utter anus” by at least one respondent. It’s claims like those in the story below that add veracity to the criticism.

This looks like another load of tosh from a prime minister with a proven record of being all mouth and no trousers.

It seems Boris Johnson wants us to believe he’ll calm the fears of restless Tory backbenchers – and save his job – by demonstrating that after last week’s huge local election loss, he has a plan.

That’s unbelievable already. Johnson has never had a plan beyond short-term gain for his miserable self.

Oh, but it gets worse. He has a plan, it seems, to improve.

Impossible.

Apparently we’re to believe this improvement – for the country as a whole, let’s not forget – is in around 15 Bills he wants to get through Parliament over the next year or so:

The Queen’s Speech will contain at least 15 pieces of legislation intended to become law over the next 12 months. Rishi Sunak is also preparing a fresh package of financial support to be announced in the autumn, before the energy price gap is raised for a second time this year.

A number of the bills included in tomorrow’s speech are aimed at promoting economic growth in the long term, including a wide-ranging Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill which will shake up the planning system and make it easier for businesses to move in to empty high street shops.

A Brexit Freedoms Bill, Financial Services and Market Bill and Data Reform Bill are all intended to take advantage of post-Brexit opportunities to liberalise corporate regulations.

Apparently this is to improve our prospects over the medium- and long-term because there’s nothing to be done about what Johnson has inflicted on us right now.

Isn’t it handy for the Tories that their fixes are always set to happen sometime in the future? Isn’t that intended so that, if some international windfall comes down the line, they can pretend they’re responsible?

I think so.

Because I see nothing in Johnson’s legislative programme that’s going to help you.

Source: Boris Johnson will use Queen’s Speech to convince Conservative MPs he has plan to improve after elections loss

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