Rishi Sunak thinks slowing inflation means we’ll have more money. What a fool.

In an interview on LBC this week, Rishi Sunak tried to convince listeners that slowing the rate of inflation will mean people will have more money.

This is not true and never will be.

Inflation is the rate at which prices rise. If it slows down, prices are still rising.

Meanwhile, Sunak has made it perfectly clear that he opposes pay increases for those of us who need them.

So slowing the inflation rate means people will have less money.

And that’s why he’s Maximilien Robespierre‘s Fool of the Week:

If he honestly believes that tripe, he’s a fool.

If he doesn’t, and is trying to get us to believe it, he’s also a fool, because we don’t.

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