- Oct 22, 2016
They planned to do something they knew that didn't have to do because it's not their job to do so at the moment. And that's fair, because they're in opposition, they actually can't do anything, I get that. But it does make saying things easier.Plus, is was so widely known that Labour planned to freeze bills earlier-- and lower, and without borrowing 260 billion.
I would expect them , quite unreasonably, to be offering in the next election a payment to cover the extra we're still going to be paying on power bills today if they want to make good on what they've said they would do if they were in power. But I don't think they will, nor do I think I can trust the current Labour party, which is a shame.