Planet Normal: Does by-election result prove Tory supporters will vote ‘anyone but Boris’? | Podcast

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The by-election results are in, and the predictions of Planet Normal’s very own clairvoyant co-host Allison ‘Mystic’ Pearson proved to be eerily accurate.

Allison warns the results show many Conservative supporters are so dissatisfied that they will vote ‘A.B.B: Anyone But Boris’.

Our co-hosts blame the Prime Minister’s broken promises, likening his Government to a Deliveroo driver turning up empty-handed but still telling you they’ve delivered.

Liam Halligan believes Boris Johnson’s party are now just keeping him around as a ‘human sponge’ to absorb the pain of the impending recession.

Also joining the capsule of common sense this week is financial expert Justin Urquhart Stewart who delivers some dire economic predictions. He tells our co-pilots that rising inflation won’t go away any time soon, and that it could have serious consequences for investment in the UK.

And George makes a triumphant return to the rocket…

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