If you want people to feel motivated to go out and vote Conservative, delivering some Conservative policies would be a good start.
Net Zero can be a tide that raises all boats. Creating an energy efficiency program fit for the future can create tens of thousands of jobs, cut billions off the NHS bill for treating those in cold homes, and power up our economy.
When challenged, the Mayor resorts the tactics of an authoritarian bully, publicly accusing his opponents of being in coalition with the “far-right” as his office chides scientists who publish unhelpful facts.
The Opposition may be ahead in the polls, but on issue after issue the left finds itself on the back foot. But will the Government have the boldness to capitalise on this moment?
An emphatic 66 per cent are opposed to LDNs – and a socking great 83 per cent to the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2030.
The task of reaching small-c conservatives rests firmly with the Prime Minister.
The fact remains that the broad thrust of climate policy enjoys strong support from voters. YouGov polling shows that ULEZ is a rare example of an unpopular environmental measure.
To date, the Parliamentary Party has been divided between a small number of committed critics, a larger one of enthuasiasts, and a larger one looking to see which side triumphs.
Government can use research grants, low business taxes and pro-innovation policies to resolve the difficulties. It makes little sense to plough on with taxes and bans.
We must fully include, trust, and listen, to those local leaders from the voluntary party who know exactly how to win on their doorstep.
“Instead of trying to fix the whole thing, they find individual policies where Labour can be on the wrong side of public opinion and go really hard on those.”
Both Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer have been confronted by the reality of how voters respond to being asked to pay for green policies.
“The pundits expected Labour to win big here, but our community came together and I’m thankful for them and the hundreds of activists who came out to deliver this message.”
Voters are angered by the Ultra Low Emissions Zone which the Labour Mayor of London is imposing on them.