Therese Coffey made an idiot of herself on the morning media round

“I’m a member of the government. We have a government view. That view has yet to be established,” said Therese Coffey on the possibility of benefits being linked to inflation.

So the government doesn’t have a view, then?

What an absolute imbecile.

Told that refusing to link benefits with inflation is a de facto benefit cut, she started talking about taper rates rather than deal with the issue – indicating that a benefit cut is on the cards.

What a moron.

Those of you who like to play the Tory Party Drinking Game will enjoy her mention of “Putin’s illegal invasion of Ukraine,” also.

Here’s a clip – and it’s only the first:

Now let’s have a montage showing the deputy prime minister saying she doesn’t know what’s going on in her own government:


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