Domestic fuel price cap

Grownup_Rafbrat

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Why have we got a socialist fuel price cap anyway? Where are we, North Korea?
Same reason part of our bills is to pay for utilities for 'poor people '.


Miliband.
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
I had no idea he was Prime Minister. I must have dreamed the UK having a Conservative Government for the last decade.
He was not Prime Minister when he implemented this shit plus the now infamous edict to clad buildings to save energy keeping them warm.

He was energy minister in a long period of Labour Government which also gave us PFI contracts and illegal war.
 
He was not Prime Minister when he implemented this shit plus the now infamous edict to clad buildings to save energy keeping them warm.

He was energy minister in a long period of Labour Government which also gave us PFI contracts and illegal war.
and as I said, Labour haven't been in Power for a decade, so why is the Conservative Government maintaining this piece of socialist nonsense?
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
and as I said, Labour haven't been in Power for a decade, so why is the Conservative Government maintaining this piece of socialist nonsense?
Ok, troll away. Same reason Labour never renationalised anything despite ranting about privatisations, never took us out of the common market despite ranting about our joining. I say it's inertia and being busy with other stuff, as any intelligent person might.

Please refer further repetitions of your broken record to The Great Big Billy Goat Gruff.
 
Ok, troll away. Same reason Labour never renationalised anything despite ranting about privatisations, never took us out of the common market despite ranting about our joining. I say it's inertia and being busy with other stuff, as any intelligent person might.

Please refer further repetitions of your broken record to The Great Big Billy Goat Gruff.
That’s about as stupid a response as anyone could expect. So, the excuses for a Conservative Government persisting with a socialist price cap are:
1. Inertia and
2. Well, Labour didn’t nationalise anything

Have you not got any reasonable arguments at all?
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
That’s about as stupid a response as anyone could expect. So, the excuses for a Conservative Government persisting with a socialist price cap are:
1. Inertia and
2. Well, Labour didn’t nationalise anything

Have you not got any reasonable arguments at all?
Fol de roll.
 

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