Osborne will claim, with force, that he has won the economic argument.
Over a fifth of the net jobs created are still part-time and living standards are falling: real terms mean incomes have fallen for all but one month since the Coalition came to power.
“Britain ran a deficit of a massive 5.5 per cent of GDP in the first quarter of this year. So much for the economic recovery; it’s happening all right, but it is also based as much on a continued propensity to live well beyond our means as it is on the solid foundations of rising productivity and enhanced competitiveness.”
“Twenty years ago, less than a fifth of the UK stock market was foreign-owned; new figures published by the Office for National Statistics show that the proportion has risen to 53.2 per cent, up nearly 10 percentage points in just three years. For the first time in history, UK plc is majority‑owned by foreigners.”
The average private debt owed per UK adult is £28,649, equal to around 116% of average earnings, and a property is repossessed every 17 minutes and 4 seconds.
It may already be too late to save the UK from extinction by virtue of race-replacement through uncontrolled immigration.
For the survival of the UK as we have come to know it, its traditions and values, there is nothing on the political agenda more important than immigration.
The Labour party, who opened the doors wide, and the Conservatives who have consistently refused to close them, are part of the problem and cannot be part of the solution. The LibDems don’t know which way is up and don’t count.