The Tories have shown they are not siding with workers, but with giant corporations reaping massive profits while parents plunged deeper into debt in this food-heating crisis created by callous Conservatives have to choose
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The chancellor cannot sit on the fence today. He can either help families or make life a little harder.
Parents plunged deeper into debt must choose between eating and heating in this crisis created by callous Conservatives.
Rishi Sunak’s huge planned tax hikes would wipe out what few pennies he could return by tinkering with fuel tax and Social Security thresholds.
Labor would suspend or cancel taxes and face North Sea windfalls. Not the Tories, they side with giant corporations making massive profits.
Every family we highlight in the Daily Mirror today deserves help. Boris Johnson and his petty ministers are rightly condemned as part of the problem, not the solution.
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Some world events are beyond the control of any British government. Tax levels and public spending in the UK are not one of them. Whose side are the Tories on? Not workers.
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Jamaica is gripped by a peaceful if noisy revolution to overthrow colonial rule, so the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should brace for a tough visit.
Barbados ousted the Queen as head of state last year and Jamaica is poised to be next.
Protests are not essentially directed against William and Kate as individuals, but against a constitutional subordination that dates back to when British troops invaded the country and settlers exploited these areas.
The Duke and Duchess are great advocates for Britain, but even they cannot turn back the tide of history.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/sunak-cant-sit-fence-over-26533508 "Sunak can't sit on the fence about the cost of living crisis caused by callous conservatives" - Voice of the Mirror