Is there really no alternative to Jeremy Hunt?

Jeremy Hunt: he’s so smug about the economic disaster his government has dropped on us.

Tory Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has been merrily telling us there’s no alternative to the latest round of interest rate rises that are making rich people richer and making poor people struggle to meet their mortgage payments.

And what’s he saying? “There is no alternative.”

Should we believe him? What’s behind his bluster?

Here’s Gary Stevenson:

So now you know.

When Jeremy Hunt says “there is no alternative”, he means we have no choice but to watch him and his oily city chums sucking all the life out of the economy, sapping your spending power in a feeding frenzy that can only end in disaster.

Still, it’s good that Boris Johnson has gone, isn’t it?

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