Alien to the queues in the gas stations and the growing concern of the British by the supply crisis and inflation, Boris Johnson took advantage of his speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester to launch a new challenge to entrepreneurs and presume to have " guts "To" change direction ".
"After decades of divagation and hesitant, this Government who has managed to do Brexit and comply with vaccines will cope with the background problems of our economy and our society," Johnson said, thus anticipated overtake.
"We are not going to return to the old model and broken low salaries, low growth and low productivity, allowed by immigration without control (...) we can not use immigration as an excuse not to invest in people, in qualifications and In the teams they need to fulfill their work. "
His words were received with fuss for businessmen. "Playing to throw us the blames will not help us," said Roger Baker, spokesman for the Institute of Directors, which last week warned of the divestation of business trust before the march of the economy.
"The Government's message is quite horrible," said the Financial Times Craig Beaumont, of the Small Business Federation. "Suggest that supply problems are because of our fault, after the effort we have made to have the country supplied during the pandemic, it is frankly a mistake," warned David Wells, in front of Logistics UK.
While Johnson spoke at the "Bunker" of the "Tories", flanked by his ministers, the farmers crashed their frustration at the Manchester fences before the massacre of more than 120,000 pigs due to lack of personnel in the slaughterhouses. "I am desperate to be able to tell the" Premier "our history, the story of this disaster," Minette Batters proclaimed, at the forefront of swine ranchers.
The surveys do not yet reflect the impact of the supply crisis in the surveys. The British grant the "benefit of the doubt" to the "Premier", but the question is "for how long?". Inflation and the increase in cost of life has become the first great concern of voters, ahead of health and employment.
Johnson's intervention and its previous statements, in a challenging and optimistic tone in contrast to the tire that is perceived at the foot of the street, also occurred on the day the cut of social benefits became effective, which translates into 23 euros less a week for the most needy families.
Analysts affected the contrast between government actions that affect the working class - including the recent rise in social security contributions - and the ubiquitous message at the "elevate at same level" conference the most disadvantaged regions of the country . The deputies "Tories" of the ancient "Red Muro" of the North Industrial of England have expressed concern at a new vote flight, back towards the Labor.
In his closing speech of the conservative conference, Johnson reiterated in this time that "raising the whole of the United Kingdom at the same level is the most ambitious project in which a government can embark on".
"There are no reasons why a part of the country has to be geographically poorer than others," he said at the time of the extension of the nation of "the opportunities of the Southeast Overheast" (interestingly, the area where there is still there is Problems supply in gas stations ".
In his controversial speech, Johnson tried to tend a bridge sometimes impossible between the "talent, imagination and enthusiasm" of his vision of future and reality at the foot of the street.
"That is the direction towards which this country goes," he said. "An economy of high salaries, high qualification and high productivity, which is what people need and deserve. An economy in which everyone has the pride of working."
Acclaimed as a rock star by the militants "Tories", Boris Johnson got the prodigy of speaking for 45 minutes without pause and going on tiptoe for the supply crisis that affects the country. In a final gesture towards entrepreneurs, the "Premier" said goodbye appealing to the "Indomite Spirit" of the British entrepreneurs and compared it with the courage of nurses before the Covid.Date Of Update: 08 October 2021, 17:31