If you think Liz Truss is serious about paying for her new energy price cap, watch this

Last Updated: September 9, 2022By Tags: , , , , , , ,

Truss explains her energy policy in Parliament: she’s not buying that £1,000 shirt.

Russell Kane roasts Liz Truss (again):

This Writer can’t say whether he has a point about the look on her face but the claim about what she’ll do is a good one.

Truss didn’t say how she’ll pay for this new plan – she’s leaving that to Kwasi Kwarteng later this month. And is that even going to happen now the nation is in mourning until party conference season?

It’s looking like one more monumental con.

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. Elijah Traven September 9, 2022 at 10:01 am - Reply

    Just a comment on what seems to be more video talk in your communications. As a fairly long term follower of Vox Political I feel that it’s ok to tell you that this doesn’t suit me as I am a 99% print or text reading man. I understand that we live in a land of television so that these video shorts can me more appealing and no doubt well chosen but I abandoned television except Coronation Street watched late at night on a mobile device in arrears of two weeks or more so I have no stomach for video news or opinion clips. It’s too noisy for me. I go for text of talk every single time if it’s been published. Usually with Russian and Chinese foreign affairs spokespersons press briefings. It makes for much better reflection, thought and memory. Visual communication takes up too much head space, out of proportion to what is being said. It’s superficial at best and intentionally mind damaging at worse. The best communication of news and ideas and comment comes through the written page as that is where the brain can be engaged in great depth. Radio and television are a modern twentieth century invention which serves the state power and is inherently conservative as a result. There is such a narrowing of thought in both these communication systems that the mind can end up being jammed or is in most cases in the viewing or listening audience being deliberately jammed. So I avoid both and pick up my news from around the country through the regional press news apps. You get a much better picture of the country and people that way. A working, vibrant picture for all its drawbacks which include an over emphasis on the despicable activities of the few and an unseemly interest in them. Our regional press is not in a good shape financially as sales continue to decline in every six month period. The truth is vibrant as it has the power of human life behind it.

    • Mike Sivier September 9, 2022 at 10:56 am - Reply

      The video material is handy to keep readers interested while there’s less going on in the political sphere.

      Now we’re into the autumn, hopefully there will be more to discuss as our leaders (if you can call them that) start making decisions that affect our lives.

      And – be fair – I do tend to provide (often quite a lot of) text commentary on the video stuff too.

      • Elijah Traven September 9, 2022 at 11:07 am - Reply

        Yes you do. Thanks for your kind answer. You’re going to be increasingly busy given that we now have a maniac as prime minister. God save England.

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