On this day a year ago
Liz Truss and woolly-head Kwarteng will kill their own party
“At least one in five working-age families in most UK constituencies – including in Liz Truss’s seat – would lose out by hundreds of pounds on average if real-terms benefit cuts go ahead, a study has found.
The scale of the impact of a below-inflation rise on already struggling households and by extension, local shops and businesses, is revealed in a study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF). It would amount to the biggest-ever real terms cut to benefits in a single year.
The findings will increase pressure on the prime minister to stick to promises made by her predecessor, Boris Johnson, to guarantee benefits would rise next April in line with September inflation – about 10% – rather than by the rise in earnings figure of 6%. This real-terms cut would deliver around £5bn in savings to the Treasury.
Dozens of backbench Tory MPs are understood to be prepared to rebel over real-terms benefits cuts, while a number of cabinet ministers – including Penny Mordaunt and Robert Buckland – have also signalled their opposition.
The JRF analysis shows seven out of 10 MPs represent areas where at least 20% of households are reliant on universal credit and other means-tested benefits. These include 193 Conservative seats, including a number of key marginals where over a third of working-age families would be affected by a cut.
“Politicians should think long and hard about the impact of withholding hundreds of pounds from thousands of families in their constituencies when the basic rate of benefits is already at its lowest in real terms for 40 years and prices are sky-high,” said Katie Schmuecker, JRF’s principal policy adviser
Families in ”red wall” seats in one-time Labour strongholds taken by the Conservatives at the last general election would be particularly badly affected by real-term benefit cuts. They include Blackpool South, where nearly half (46%) of households stand to lose out, Burnley (38%), and Redcar (33%).
The JRF analysis shows that even in the most affluent constituencies at least one in 10 households are on means-tested benefits.
Most Conservative Party MPs voting for the proposed measures will be turkeys voting for Christmas.
Root out the trolls
“A former academic at University College London must pay almost £50,000 in damages to a former colleague after falsely portraying her as a sex worker on social media as part of a months-long campaign of harassment.
Christopher Backhouse, a former research fellow at the department of physics and astronomy at UCL, has settled to pay £49,975 to Erica Smith, a physicist and a postdoctoral fellow at Indiana University in the US.
Backhouse was revealed as the perpetrator after Smith enlisted a US lawyer to subpoena Twitter and Google. Documents from the tech giants identified an IP address in London, despite great lengths by the perpetrator to cover their tracks using global proxy servers, the court heard.
Using a Norwich Pharmacal Order (NPO) against BT, a disclosure order allowing information to be obtained from third parties, Backhouse was revealed as the customer connected with the London IP address.”
“Smersh Never Sleeps”…
Deadhead MP and now, absurdly, Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Health, Therese Coffey, still attracting critical and/or incredulous tweets:
See also my assessment of Therese Coffey from 2019 (updated to today’s date): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/16/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-therese-coffey-story/.
It is shaming for Britain to be represented by such as stupidly ignorant “ho” Liz Truss, ugly, nasty moneygrubbing drunk Therese Coffey, woolly-head Kwarteng, and ignorant half-caste James Cleverly.
The present Cabinet has no legitimacy.
The question is how to get rid of them.
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It will be recalled that Derbyshire Police (one of the worst-performing forces in the UK) was instrumental in the Jew-Zionist campaign against satirist Alison Chabloz, and its Police and Crime Commissioner at the time (removed in 2021) was a Labour Party drone, a Sikh, who was basically suborned some years ago by the malicious small pressure group called “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”].
Derbyshire Police was also one of the worst police forces involved in illegal bullying of the public during the “panicdemic” of 2020-2021.
Talking about the police and their slide into becoming a pathetic poundland KGB, what about this, below?
The ridiculous little twerp of a policeman shown is indeed, as the tweeter writes, egregious in his behaviour.
Incidentally, here is an article about one of my own encounters with the thin (or should that be “thick”?) blue line, from about a year ago (put on the blog in January 2022) : https://ianrobertmillard.org/2022/01/15/diary-blog-15-january-2022-including-an-outline-of-the-failure-of-the-latest-jew-zionist-attempt-to-prosecute-me/.
Here is another, from about 5 years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.
“Labour” is now just a label. In fact, one of Labour’s least impressive MPs, the unpleasant self-publicist Jess Phillips, said a few years ago that it was “just a f****** rose” (a reference to its symbol).
Labour is riding high in the opinion polls now by default, the Conservative Party having all but imploded, but Labour, in itself, is every bit as rubbish as the Conservative Party.
Both main parties are just one System, really.
A “coup” launched by Jews, and doormats of the Jewish lobby; Lisa Nandy being one of the latter.
Liz Truss in a graph and a cartoon
134,000. At ~4 persons per family, that works out at about 35,000 homes required. Homes which should be going to British people.
12 thoughts on “Diary Blog, 12 October 2022”
https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1679856/Suella-Braverman-Channel-migrants-crisis-benefits-poll-update. Off topic: I guess we will see, or will it get bogged down own in legal challenges like the Rwanda proposal? 🤔
So long as the migrant-invaders are here, they will be paid for by the State one way or the other.
For me, this proposal, like the doomed Rwanda idea, is basically just a game of political gestures, especially when you consider that the cross-Channel invaders are only a tenth, or even a twentieth of those arriving “legally”…and that’s before you even look at births to non-white mothers, or indeed to white British mothers impregnated by non-white elements.
Just one more example of Liz Truss´s stupidity. I can´t believe how thick this woman is…
Amusing, yet alarming to think that the fate of nations, and our own fate, is largely in the hands of idiots of the Truss/Coffey type. Not to mentions n*gs like Kwarteng.
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Yes, you are right, the same happens here with the moronic President Alberto Fernandez, not only he is thick as two planks (love that expression, LOL) but he also is a coward because every time something goes wrong he blames one of his ministers or secretaries. Yes, we may laugh at his stupid speeches and gaffes but the sad thing is, he is in charge.
Apparently, we are condemned to be ruled by clowns and idiots, but that is democracy for you. Churchill was right when he said that the average voter was an idiot (this is not the exact quote but that was what he meant)
Yes, it is a strange fact that people perfectly competent in their fields (jurists, diplomats, civil engineers etc, not to mention properly-trained tradesmen such as carpenters, electricians etc) are all ruled (and their views —based on experience— over-ruled) by a pack of supposedly “democratically” selected/elected persons, most of whom, in the old English phrase, would be “unable to run a whelk stall”.
Look at most of the British MPs. Dire…
…and some of the actual ministers of recent years are even worse: Liz Truss is a prime example. The Coffey woman. James Cleverly. Priti Patel. Iain Duncan Smith (whose actual *name* is fake— he is really plain “Smith”). Etc…
A funny comparison between Liz Truss and a lettuce (LOL)
Pity, though, that that Economist magazine opinion had to come via Jew sex pest Rupert Myers, who before he was exposed used to make merry on Twitter about me, with other Jew-Zionists.Quite a few years ago now.
Funny you mentioned Rupert Myers, I had a weird feeling that he might be a Jew since Myers is a very common Jewish surname and, by the way, the anglicized version of Meyer which is a genuine German surname but is also widely used by Jews in Germanic countries.
Usually but not always.In Ireland, for example, you get people called Myers who are not Jews.
As you say, in Germany “Meyer” may or may not be Jewish; eg the once-famous tank commander, “Panzermeyer”
Dear Mr Millard, I note you mention Alison Chabloz. I do not agree with most of what you and Alison write but uphold free speech. Apparently, this has led to a Mr Stephen Applebaum keeping a file on me. I find this myopic and counterproductive in extremis, do you concur?
I have no idea whether Applebaum is keeping a file on you, or on me for that matter. I should not be surprised, however.
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