Labour’s propaganda and violent attack on conservatives over livelihood crises

The livelihood crisis in the UK- Labour party slashes over Conservatives. 

Conservatives use public resources to marginalize Keir Starmer, across the Labor Party has approved a threefold budget for voters to propagate the crisis. Labour members say the party intends to triple its social media advertising spending.

Livelihood Crisis in the United Kingdom under Boris Johnson’s government

Boris Johnson’s promise that household gas bills will be cheaper after Brexit has become hot-air following a record hike in the energy price cap. Tens of millions of homes across Britain face paying around £700 a year more for gas and electricity from April. Regulator Ofgem has announced that it is raising the energy price cap, limiting the rate suppliers can charge by 54%. The increase means that the average household will pay £1,971 a year for energy, almost double what the bills were just a year ago. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a series of policies aimed at helping people with the cost of living crisis. But critics say the measures don’t go far enough, with campaigners warning that many families will be forced to choose between heat and food. Stocking the outrage is a previous promise made by the prime minister himself that household bills would be cheaper after Brexit. Boris Johnson made a claim several times during the referendum campaign in 2016.

Benefits like universal credit and pension rates will rise by 3.1%, £10.07 a month and £5.55 a week, respectively. Tory MPs pushed through the plans last month. But the move puts welfare and pensions in line with what inflation was last Autumn before prices began to soar. Meanwhile, the pensions triple lock was suspended, which would have raised the state pension by more than 8%. Many are warning that this will severely exacerbate the cost-of-living crisis for those struggling the most. 

How are Conservatives marginalizing Keir Starmer and his Labour party?

“Labour Isn’t Working” was an advertising campaign in the United Kingdom. It was run by the Conservative party in 1978 in anticipation that Labour Party Prime Minister James Callaghan would call a general election. It was revived for the public election campaign the following year after the government lost a vote of no confidence in the wake of the Winter of Discontent. It was designed by the advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi. In the same way, Conservatives are leaving no chance of tarnishing the image of the Labour party among the people, following the previous trends.

A couple of months before, During a heated debate in the House of Commons at the beginning of the month, Boris Johnson accused the Labour leader Keir Starmer of being responsible for failing to prosecute Jimmy Savile when he was Head of the Crown Prosecution Service. Starmer had previously apologized on behalf of the CPS for its shortcomings in the Savile case. Still, there is no evidence that he had any personal role in the failure to prosecute Savile and many suspects that the prime minister’s remarks were an attempt to distract attention from the ‘party gate’ scandal. The backlash against the prime minister was fierce, with several key members of his team resigning and calls from across the political divide for him to apologize. Keir Starmer has revealed that he has received death threats due to the remarks and required police protection after being accosted by a mob on the issue. On looking at people’s views regarding these claims, most Britons (56%) think the allegations made by the prime minister are inappropriate, however. Only 15% of people believe that making such claims was appropriate. Besides, the Conservative party has been accused of spreading fake news after posting footage of Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer, which was edited to suggest he was left speechless during an interview.

Keir Starmer slashed Conservatives over livelihood crises

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has launched his party’s local election campaign, promising to help households hit by the soaring cost of living. He accused the Conservatives of giving a “pathetic” response to rising prices and pledged to cut energy bills through a windfall tax on oil and gas firms. Sir Keir said he would “fight for every vote” on 5 May’s elections in England, Scotland and Wales. Northern Ireland Assembly elections will also happen on that day. The votes will be the first electoral test for party leaders since the war in Ukraine, increases in the cost of living and the row over parties held in Downing Street during the lockdown. Sir Keir kicked off Labour’s campaign by claiming families would be £2,620 a year worse off on average under the Conservatives. The BBC has not independently verified these figures, but the government’s economic forecaster has said the UK faces the most significant drop in living standards since records began in 1956.

The Office for Budget Responsibility has predicted that household incomes will drop by 2.2%. Sir Keir Starmer has said that Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak “must both resign” following the probe into the party gate. Politicians reacted to the news after No10 said the Prime Minister and Chancellor were among those set to be handed fixed penalty notices (FPNs) over the party gate scandal. The pair were included in more than 50 fines issued for the gatherings held in Whitehall and Downing Street.

 Sir Keir said both must now step down from their positions as “they have broken the law”. He said: “Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have broken the law and repeatedly lied to the British public. They must both resign. In a recent tweet Mr Keir wrote “, The Conservatives are unfit to govern. Britain deserves better.” Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey called for Parliament to return from Easter recess so that a no-confidence vote could be held – although only Mr Johnson or the Leader of the House, Jacob Rees-Mogg can order MP back. He added: “This is a government in crisis neglecting a country in crisis. Parliament must be recalled for a vote of No Confidence in the Prime Minister.” Labour deputy Angela Rayner said: “The Prime Minister’s defence has been blown out of the water.


The Conservative party has been accused of spreading fake news after posting footage of Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer, which was edited to suggest he was left speechless during an interview. Most Britons say the claims made by Boris Johnson against Keir Starmer regarding Jimmy Savile are not appropriate for senior politicians to make. Along with Mr Keir Starmer, Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP leader and Scotland’s first minister, also called on Mr Johnson to resign, saying: “He broke the law and repeatedly lied to Parliament about it. On these statements, Liz Truss, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, has defended the PM and has shown full support for him. She also told the reporters that Mr Prime Minister has apologized for all his mistakes.

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