In the wake of thirteen years marked by economic struggles under Conservative leadership, the financial well-being of working people has reached a critical juncture. Despite promises of prosperity, the reality is stark—prices continue to soar, energy bills are on the rise, and mortgage payments have surged, leaving many households grappling with the aftermath of the Conservative-induced economic downturn.
The Conservatives, once claiming to be the champions of a thriving economy, have now become synonymous with high taxation, reflective of a broader trend of low growth. As the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement, it’s evident that no rhetoric or policy shift can erase the stains of this appalling economic record.
Labour has undergone a transformative shift; today, Labour stands as the party of fiscal responsibility, advocating for business, and most importantly, offering a concrete plan to enhance the lives of working people.
Over the next decade, Labour’s Better Off Plan would save families:
- £500 a year by insulating homes to make them more energy efficient.
- £900 a year by building cheaper, cleaner power across the country through the creation of Great British Energy, a new, publicly-owned clean generation company.
- £400 a year by cracking down on unfair car insurance practices like subscription traps and unfair postcode pricing.
- £1,200 a year on mortgage bills by building 1.5 million homes over a Parliament to keep housing affordable.
Amidst the economic gloom, a new dawn is emerging for a Labour Government and Labour’s Better Off Plan, which promises to cut household bills and pave the way for a brighter, more prosperous future for all.