Will the policies of Liz Truss sink the Tories for good? [VIDEO]

Liz Truss: her policies are likely to fail and the electorate are likely to hate her in less than a year. What then?

Here’s some good commentary, courtesy of A Different Bias, of which This Writer had not heard previously.

Skip to 1:11 in (past the stuff about liking and subscribing to the channel), and we’re into a discussion of the most popular policies of the Johnson half-ministry: all of them involving massive state intervention; most of them being lies.

But the Tories are about cutting state intervention, which isn’t popular.

At the moment, all eyes and ears are on whether Truss will support a policy of freezing energy bills, in line with a plan put forward by Ovo Energy last week, and also the Labour Party. It seems likely that Truss’s plan will cost us all in the long term (effectively we take out loans from the energy companies and pay them back on top of our bills later) while also costing four times as much as Labour’s, so Keir Starmer will be able to say that she stole his policy and did it badly.

If that happens, she’ll be extremely unpopular and so will the Tories.

Her MPs won’t be happy, for reasons laid out in the video. What will they do?

Boris Johnson has already hinted that he might come back, with his reference to Cincinnatus, a Roman general who quit to become a farmer, then returned to his former role again.

Will the Tories really accept him back into their bosom after the nightmare of the last three years?

And will he even be able to come back, if the Privileges Committee inquiry into Partygate finds he should be thrown out of Parliament?

Here’s the clip:

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