- Oct 12, 2018
He won, but not by enough of a margin to count as 'confidence', if I understand how a vote of confidence works....and Boris won - this is why I don't believe in deities...
The consensus, including Conservative papers like The Times and The Telegraph, is that is a pretty devastating result for the Tories, since it undermines the government's authority in parliament, making it more difficult to drive through contentious or unpopular measures, while preserving in power someone who is now generally disliked by the electorate (including substantial numbers of Conservative supporters and voters).He won, but not by enough of a margin to count as 'confidence', if I understand how a vote of confidence works.
More seems like the vote will cost the Tories in general elections, because as I understand, most Brits think he's a wanker of the lowest order? I could be wrong, but....
They still have a link up that says that, but when you click it, the headline says
Here's The Times' reportThey still have a link up that says that, but when you click it, the headline says
OECD backs Tory demands for Boris to CUT taxes for now to save the economy as it warns UK plc is set to flatline next year - performing worse than every other G20 country except for sanctions-crippled RUSSIA
Falling real household incomes will be the main driver of a slowdown in the economy, combined with fiscal and monetary policies that are turning “restrictive”, it added, as it called on the government to ease the pace of its planned fiscal consolidation, which includes raising the tax burden and slowing down on spending measures introduced during the pandemic.
I still find it weird that Public School UK is Private School USA ("a school wherein people pay fees to attend = Public School UK/Private School USA (and Private School UK, because, let's make things confusing - "Public schools in the UK are first of all private (independent) schools." hehe). (it's kind of like learning that one country uses Up in the same way another country uses Down).