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Of course the deficit has risen.... The govt has pledged £330bn in support for businesses, much of that to prevent unemployment rising higher. While I disagree with almost anything the widens the deficit, not supporting business and furloughed employees at this time would be political suicided.
Let bad businesses fail. Creative destruction is never a bad thing. Learn some basic economics and you would understand why.

That is what The Conservative Party use to stand for.

Now they prop up businesses in a downturn and pay their employees. They should announce they are socialists and rebrand as The Labour Party.
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Let bad businesses fail. Creative destruction is never a bad thing. Learn some basic economics and you would understand why.

That is what The Conservative Party use to stand for.

Now they prop up businesses in a downturn and pay their employees. They should announce they are socialists and rebrand as The Labour Party.
Aye, but the Tory party daenne used to stand for shutting down business.

This isnt a downturn. Sunak and the rest of the Cabinet have destroyed the private sector.

Estate agencies aren't bad businesses. They just aren't allowed to do business.
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Let bad businesses fail. Creative destruction is never a bad thing. Learn some basic economics and you would understand why.

That is what The Conservative Party use to stand for.

Now they prop up businesses in a downturn and pay their employees. They should announce they are socialists and rebrand as The Labour Party.
My good man you seem awfully confused...

First of all I have attended the World Economic Forum (yes, the $19k a year one), BoE conferences and Berkshire Hathaway AGM every year since 2016, have spoken personally with current and former heads of the Federal reserve, have an A* in A level economics and a first in Economics at undergrad... I think I have the basics of economics nailed down pretty well.

Anyway now that my bragging is out of the way, you do not seem to understand the history of the Conservative party (of which I am a member).

I am guessing you are referring to the Thatcher period when you say 'This is what The Conservative Party use(d) to stand for', considering, the Conservative/Tory party does not exactly have a storied history as being full fat capitalists. However Thatcher herself gave a massive bailout to British Leyland when she recognised it was too big to fail so I do not really know what period you are referring to considering even she recognised the danger posed by mass unemployment in such a short period of time. I also do not think her poll tax goes in line with your mantra either.

Add in a number of other policies she enacted which you would know about if you actually did any research yourself, and I do not think she quite embodies the romantic image you have in mind.

Please do not tell me this is a 'just let bad businesses fail' situation..... because it simply is not and I really do not have the inclination to explain to what is seemingly a edgy 15 year old libertarian

.......and I said in my post 'I disagree with almost anything the widens the deficit' however recognised that letting millions of people go unemployed isnt exactly something a government wants to deal with so I have no idwa what you are blabbing on about.
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Mate really?

Since Sunak became chancellor:
1: FTSE100 down 30%
2: 1m unemployed
3: deficit widened to highest since second world war

Worst chancellor ever
How was he supposed to stop Coronavirus?
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Phase 1: Communist infiltration (Rishi Sunak)
Phase 2: Covid-19
Phase 3: ???
Sunak is not a Communist.
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Save us from what?

He was part of the cabinet that caused this.
It was time for him to rise to such an influential position.
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He's the Chancellor not the messiah. Chill.
He is a Hindu man so he is the messiah.
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He has sold the economy down the river. Future generations will pay for his financial recklessness.
Blame Johnson not the Sunak.
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Blame Johnson not the Sunak.
Why?

Sunak is Chancellor. He is bankrupting up.
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He is a Hindu man so he is the messiah.
Is he a Brahman?
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Rishi Sunak is probably the only cabinet member with a clue, and taking actions that are thought out properly. Unlike having schools start with reception and year 1, for example.
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Rishi Sunak is probably the only cabinet member with a clue, and taking actions that are thought out properly. Unlike having schools start with reception and year 1, for example.
Thought out properly......?

What happens to the hospitality industry at the end of October?
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He is a Hindu man so he is the messiah.
Nah.
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Rishi Sunak is probably the only cabinet member with a clue, and taking actions that are thought out properly. Unlike having schools start with reception and year 1, for example.
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Nah.
Who is your messiah? Micheal Gove?
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Thought out properly......?

What happens to the hospitality industry at the end of
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Rishi Sunak is probably the only cabinet member with a clue, and taking actions that are thought out properly. Unlike having schools start with reception and year 1, for example.
He will do great things.
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Who is your messiah? Micheal Gove?
Sure why not, you dope.
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Sure why not, you dope.
Gove used to be somebody but when he left as Education Secretary in 2014, he was nobody.
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Latest news about the Sunak:
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/116356...loyed-bailout/
https://www.theguardian.com/business...an-starting-it
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-52653607 (He's a comedian!)
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Hes a legend - speaks very well
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