Millions of Britons in dark about cost-of-living crisis

The UK leadership contest for the next Prime Minister left millions in the dark about the cost-of-living crisis choice between ‘Eating and Heating’.

The conflict between whites, ordinary minorities, and the wealthy and common minorities is “Swamped” under the current Tory leadership position, and the misery of sixteen million ordinary people is due to their having to choose between paying for ‘Eating or Heating’.

Author: Sunahwar Ali

Only 160,000 of the Tory party’s membership will decide who will be given the key to 10 Downing Street on 5 September 2022, in the ongoing Tory party leadership contest, in which both contenders have been shortlisted by their MPs. However, the UK has a population of sixty-eight million people. So, no one cannot influence or say as the future prime minister. Do they refer to it as the mother of democracy, then? One hundred sixty thousand Tory party members will decide who their next prime minister is. They influenced the Tory government to run the country where sixteen million ordinary citizens face crises due to the cost of living.

Where to choose between “Eating and Heating” due to the Boris Johnson government leaving the European Union plus supporting the War against Russia at Ukraine where Boris Johnson government started supporting financially and providing arms to Ukraine most corrupt nation in the world. So, the next prime minister said, “in a Conservative way”, only those who contributed to the nation but where does Ukraine come from, and the Ukraine war made the cost of living for everyone. Liz Truss reject calls to agree on the cost-of-living emergency support package with Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson. She added: “This Kangaroo committee, I am afraid I must disagree with Gordon Brown’s economic philosophy, which involves taxing people and giving them money in the form of “handouts.” The tax reductions disproportionately help the wealthiest while doing little for the aged or the unemployed. So, Committee you are proposing sounds bizarre,” stating that “competent people can make these decisions.” Within the Treasury department. Liz Truss told the Financial Times that she would only help them “in a conservative way” with tax cuts rather than “handouts,” far from “tackling the cost-of-living crisis” because millions of people already had no means of heating or feeding themselves and needed money to pay bills.

The former chancellor regrets that if he were to become prime minister, he would directly assist the neediest households. Many ordinary voters have believed that “Rishi Sunak’s slip-up will help people see through divide-and-rule race propaganda.” Nevertheless, a think-tank survey shows that people are aware that working people are struggling regardless of their ethnic background. These people, lifesavers during the covid years, who work tirelessly to deliver parcels all over the land, are of every ethnicity. The working classes in public and private sectors have always been multiracial. Rishi Sunak, the wealthiest member of Parliament and head of the Conservative Party in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, transferred funds from poor urban areas to the rural-rich area, where everyone was white and accepted himself. Tory influence and politicians cynically used the British imperialist tactic of divide and rule; they faked concern for the white working class about whom they did not give a damn. Rishi Sunak revealed his party’s true colours (Liz Truss and Sunak have also accused those of the benefits of scrounging. Most people on benefits are at work.) British imperialist strategy of “divide and rule,” Tory politicians and influencers pretended to care about the white working class, although having zero regards for them. The British working classes have a much more diverse ethnic makeup than the middle and upper classes. In the 17th century, poor white women in Liverpool and London were marrying Black, Chinese and Asian sailors and forming mixed neighbourhoods; look for any social housing, and you will find that rainbow nation. In lush Tunbridge Wells, you will not find anyone saying, “They look down on us from class,” contrary to many Tory myths about the “left behind,” who are, in fact, patriotic and royalist. Fifty-four per cent believe discussing racism is necessary to create a more equitable society. Additionally, they now recognise how “different working-class individuals share the everyday experience of precarity, prejudice, and a lack of power and place. Nevertheless, they have similar family goals, values, and aspirations. According to the Bank of England’s prediction, the UK economy will still face a recession even if Liz Truss becomes prime minister.

The Tory membership is going to be given the key to someone whose family was a Labour Party supporter, and Liz Truss, who began her political career as a Lib Dem member before switching parties to become a Tory Party MP and kept switching positions and U-turns to suit her political career and position and thinking of becoming Mrs Thatcher. No one who lacks self-confidence tries to become someone else instead of themselves, including Liz Truss. Boris Johnson of “Zombie Government” used to think or follow Winston Churchill, who in the end became a “Zombie,” while no one who lacks self-confidence tries to become someone else instead of themselves.Β Liz has already reversed her position by U-Turning on public sector wages and cost of living assistance, choosing to cut taxes instead, which would benefit the wealthy and vital members of society at the expense of the public, who will eventually lose out because of her and the Tories’ policies. So, the question of whether the following prime minister will be better than the one who made false promises and was caught lying has already begun to surface. So, the gap between rich and poor has become much more exhaustive than now.

Thousands of people are expected to protest in the UK against the disastrous consequences of the cost-of-living problem.

The People’s Assembly calls for the “biggest massive and most united demonstration ever to hit the UK later this year,” as millions of households struggle to make ends meet due to rising food and energy prices.

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