This year’s conference is in Manchester and runs until Wednesday, October 6. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will deliver a keynote speech to his party members on the final day of the conference.
“I’m not worried about this… I think it will be good for their businesses to invest in people and to invest in capital” PM Boris Johnson tells BBC he’s “not worried” about rising prices and supply chain issues, despite warnings from industry.
Brexit Hardman Steve Baker says he lost thousands of votes among wealthy Conservative Remainers who “shut the door in my face” at the last election.
What people are saying?
PAD Lower numbers higher wages ? Who’s wages are increasing in line with food , fuel and energy increases. Most people I know had no increase due to Covid lockdown tough trading conditions and bleak economic forecast. Why does the myth of soaring wages go unchallenged?
Liam Thorp So when he cracks a few jokes, ruffles his hair or makes more empty promises about improving people’s lives today, remember that it is on this Prime Minister’s watch that millions of people are being pushed into poverty right now.
robertsondcangus Next on your agenda should be to give our FM the same grilling as to why she gets paid more than the Prime Minister for delivering a catalogue of failures, the latest being Scotland has the largest child mortality rate in western Europe.