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THE GOVERNMENT’S PROMISES TO LEVEL UP BRITAIN ARE LITTLE MORE THAN EMPTY WORDS.
Now that we have left the EU, British communities are facing unprecedented challenges. The Government has promised to ‘level up’ Britain, but it’s just empty words.
Instead of preparing for a strong and prosperous future, the Government is presiding over a series of crises that have no end-point in sight. Each of these crises widens the chasm of inequality here in the UK.
This Government has failed to do its job and work in the interests of British people. It loves touting the trade deals it is making, but doesn’t care that at best they add little to GDP and at worst, reduce it. . They love talking about sustainable energy without providing sustainable funding. This Government is all slogan and no substance. And that’s why we are embroiled in crises spanning trade, the environment and now the re-escalation of the Covid pandemic.
Instead of doing the things that could actually benefit Britons across the regions, the Government remains passive and unprepared. Its inactivity is made worse by the fact that its only activity seems to be blaming British people and businesses for everything that seems to be going wrong. Armando Iannucci couldn’t make it up.
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