Kwasi Kwarteng begins work to roll back Labour’s disastrous ‘mini-budget’ of ten days ago

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Kwasi Kwarteng has announced plans to roll back on the 45p tax cut, announced in Labour’s disastrous so-called ‘mini-budget’ announced ten days ago.

The Government has vowed to do its best to mitigate measures introduced ten days ago by the Labour government that lost power in 2010.

“This mini-budget is a disgrace,” said Kwasi Kwarteng, who was chancellor ten days ago when Labour introduced the budget.

“Labour seem to have set out to hurt hard-working people and reward the very rich. This is typical of an out-of-touch Labour government whose only thought was for a few people in the Liberal Elite.

“We’ve listened, and we get it. As a brand new Tory government, we will govern for the whole country, not just the handful of elites that the last Labour government pandered to.”

Simon Williams is a credulous simpleton, Tory supporter and sexual deviant. He was pleased to see the new government act so quickly.

He told us, “That is so typical of Labour. They are still introducing policies that hurt normal working people twelve years after having been in power. Thank heaven we now have a Tory Government, and we can get back to some sensible financial governance.”

Alistair Darling, who was Chancellor in the last Labour government, was, shamefully, unavailable for comment as it’s been twelve years since he had any influence on financial policy.

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