Vindictive Osborne Punishment Budget Reduces Chance of Becoming PM

LONDON - England - George Osborne may have burnt his last bridge for Prime Ministership with a vindictive proposal to punish the poorest in society in the event of a Brexit.



The nasty Chancellor wants to punish Britons with £30 billion of tax rises, and already 57 Conservative MPs are commandeering an effort to stave off this punishment at the pass.

They have warned: ‘If he were to proceed with these proposals, the Chancellor’s position would become untenable.’

After a Brexit, there will no doubt be a cross-party effort to oust Osborne from his job before he does more damage.

The only thing to do is to Vote Leave so we can kick George into the twilight zone where he belongs.

Vote Leave Chair Gisela Stuart said:

‘I simply can’t believe that Alistair Darling and the Labour Party would support an Osborne punishment budget that is designed to hit the poorest hardest. George Osborne’s reckless and shameful proposals would, if not blocked, cut the NHS, cut pensions and cut funding for schools and I will never vote for this and nor do I think will any of my Labour colleagues.

‘I hope the Labour Party will now make clear that these desperate proposals would never have our support, and are nothing more than another sorry attempt to scare the British people into supporting George Osborne, David Cameron, and their rich friends who want us to remain in the EU.’


Joint statement from 57 Conservative MPs:

‘We find it incredible that the Chancellor could seriously be threatening to renege on so many manifesto pledges. It is absurd to say that if people vote to take back control from the EU that he would want to punish them in this way. We do not believe that he would find it possible to get support in Parliament for these proposals to cut the NHS, our police forces and our schools.

‘If the Chancellor is serious then we cannot possibly allow this to go ahead. It would be unnecessary, wrong and a rejection of the platform on which we all stood. If he were to proceed with these proposals, the Chancellor’s position would become untenable.

‘This is a blatant attempt to talk down the market and the country. The Chancellor risks doing damage to the British economy in his bid to win this political campaign.’


The MPs who have signed the statement are:


  1. Iain Duncan Smith

  2. Liam Fox

  3. Cheryl Gillan

  4. David Jones

  5. Owen Paterson

  6. John Redwood

  7. Sir Gerald Howarth

  8. Tim Loughton

  9. Crispin Blunt

  10. Sir William Cash

  11. Bernard Jenkin

  12. Julian Lewis

  13. Adam Afriyie

  14. Nigel Adams

  15. Lucy Allan

  16. Steve Baker

  17. Bob Blackman

  18. Peter Bone

  19. Andrew Bridgen

  20. David Burrowes

  21. Maria Caulfield

  22. Christopher Chope

  23. Chris Davies

  24. Philip Davies

  25. David TC Davies

  26. Nadine Dorries

  27. Steve Double

  28. Richard Drax

  29. Nigel Evans

  30. Michael Fabricant

  31. Marcus Fysh

  32. Chris Green

  33. Rebecca Harris

  34. Gordon Henderson

  35. Philip Hollobone

  36. Adam Holloway

  37. Kwasi Kwarteng

  38. Jonathan Lord

  39. Craig Mackinlay

  40. Anne Main

  41. Karl McCartney

  42. Nigel Mills

  43. Anne Marie Morris

  44. Sheryl Murray

  45. David Nuttall

  46. Matthew Offord

  47. Andrew Percy

  48. Tom Pursglove

  49. Jacob Rees-Mogg

  50. Andrew Rosindell

  51. Henry Smith

  52. Derek Thomas

  53. Anne Marie Trevelyan

  54. Martin Vickers

  55. David Warburton

  56. Bill Wiggin

  57. William Wragg


Let’s kick this shister where it hurts on June 23. Vote Leave!