Let us acknowledge these very clear words printed, published and promised!


The current Government published these words in mid October 2019 as one of their manifesto promises if they were to get elected on 12th December. Whilst a week, let alone three months is judged to be a long time in Politics, for Johnson to now ignore these words clearly needs to be challenged. His aides are currently claiming the opposite of this in several newspapers such as this one and that demonstrates their denial of the manifesto promise. We must now demand that his colleagues, each of whom used the same manifesto to get elected as local MPs will reject such a U turn and remind Johnson of the words in the document he produced three months ago. We all know, far too well that he has a tendency to claim that what he has written in the past can be ignored, but these words were not written in a Telegraph column that paid him a few thousand pounds, these were in a promise to all of us who live in this nation and by impact to those who will come into our nation in the future. After all the help we have had in the past will be needed just as much in the future, particularly as we leave the European Union!

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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