Well the first action is mass cancellation of direct debits and a request for pay me t by other means. So it looks like there are a bunch of ways to get involved with the campaign.Won't people doing this just get moved on to a prepaid meter? Seems like a pretty bad idea tbh. Guess if you can't afford to pay though it makes no difference either way.
“The government has lost control of the British economy — and for what? They’ve crashed the pound — and for what?” Mr. Starmer asked. “Not for working people: for tax cuts for the richest 1 percent in our society.”
In his 50-minute address, Mr. Starmer promised that Labour would tackle a crisis over the rising cost of living, create a new state-owned clean energy company and expand homeownership. But his speech aimed less at outlining new policies and more at presenting his party as a competent government-in-waiting whose moment had arrived.
The contrast with previous Labour party conferences — usually fractious affairs with internal divisions fully on display — was striking. Even last year Mr. Starmer was under pressure for his shift to the center, prompting opposition from left-wing party members who interrupted his conference speech with heckling.
This time, Mr. Starmer was greeted with a standing ovation, the first of many, even before he had uttered a word. It was a display of unity that suggests that the party scents the prospect of power for the first time in many years.
"Normally when politicians lie these days, it is to spin a fantasy their supporters feel inspired to embrace"
Keith and his centrist crew are complete shit and are doing everything they possibly can to deter me from voting for them.
Except that, more than anything else, I want to see the Tories wiped out. Absolutely fucking destroyed.