By Year 10 pupil Jacob
Exposed earlier this week: a huge status blow to Britain’s apparent trustworthy chancellor after his poor decisions and lack of communication have led him to an awkward U-turn.
His plan was to contradict the Conservative manifesto and increase National Insurance rates for 2.5 million self- employed workers.
The increase (which was a dominant focal point for last week’s budget) was scrapped after major protests from some of the Conservative party as it completely breached the original National Insurance pledges in their manifesto.
Due to the large number of opposing Tories, Hammond was forced to take a shameful reversal which was heavily defended on several occasions when Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn fired questions at Mrs May as she desperately attempted to defend the judgement. Jeremy Corbyn asked how the budget “black hole” would be solved.
Following, to no surprise, came a back and forth argument between the two political giants similar to an argument witnessed on a school playground, the childish manner of the debate solved nothing which sums up perfectly the lack of potential achievement that comes from the House Of Commons.
Joining the clash was Mr McDonnell of the Labour party who brought his stale humour to the house which failed to impress as he claimed that Mrs May should spend less time “guffawing like a feeding seal” which showed entirely that insulting Mrs May was more of a priority than solving the budget problem… Who employs these people?