It is evident that the only solution to deal with Inflation is to re-nationalise the Energy Providers in the UK: the only obstacle to be removed is the Tories. It is now in the national interest to re- nationalise these Energy Providers to deal with Inflation and to prevent the gross profiteering by these utilities which is against the national interests. Quite simply the current situation is intolerable and is the only factor driving inflation higher and higher. The Tories have lost any control and regulation of the utilities and Ofgen is defunct and unfit for purpose.
Neither Sunak or Truss have a decent plan to bring down Inflation and the Bank of England are simply stoking the misery by rising interest rates. Liz Truss is absolutely clueless and a coward who refuses to allow any scrutiny of her plans. Yet her ambition is great. She has an inflated opinion of herself. Her strategies are full of woodworm holes and even Rishi Sunak has identified her woolly thinking which completely ignores the plight of British Pensioners who will receive nothing from changes to income taxes proposed by her. Contrast this with Rishi Sunak’s modest plans. Rishi knows how to count pennies. He is an accountant but costs are not always judged in pounds and pennies. There is a chance that he could be immune or aloof to the plight of ordinary people. In both cases their proposals are not guaranteed to deal with the source of this cost of living crisis. Both possess a Tory mindset which prevents either from tackling the issue by doing what must be done: to re-nationalise the all the utilities and especially the Energy Providers in the UK. The Tories are the only obstacle that must be removed before Britain can actually deal with these issues. Britain must realise that the Tories are the real obstacle to be overcome to deal with Inflation and the cost of living crisis. The Tory leadership battle will have no bearing at all on this matter and is simply a way of postponing what must eventually be done. Wake up Britain new ideas are needed now not a new Tory Prime Minister. The Tories are the obstacle to change. A change in Tory leadership simply prolonges the misery and could even make the situation far worse in the long run.