Boris Johnson’s New Deal Described As ‘Hopelessly Inadequate’

Some other people have claimed that the figures announced by the prime minister so far amount to just 0.2 per cent of GDP, which is like a fraction of the amount of money that was spent in Franklin D Roosevelt’s original New Deal programme

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UK PM Boris Johnson / Photo credit: Los Angeles Times

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ economic recovery plan has been described as “hopelessly inadequate” even before its launch after noticing that spending figures released yesterday were not included in the plan.

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Boris Johnson announced a £5bn infrastructure spending boost plan for hospital maintenance, high street rescues and road upgrades, but critics have warned that Mr Johnson’s plans did not address the immediate need for action on environmental issues or the extent of the economic crisis that has been brought on to the nation by coronavirus pandemic.

Some other people have claimed that the figures announced by the prime minister so far amount to just 0.2 per cent of GDP, which is like a fraction of the amount of money that was spent in Franklin D Roosevelt’s original New Deal programme during the 1930s in the United States.

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This criticism follows as leading military, security and diplomatic figures condemned the departure of senior civil servant Sir Mark Sedwill from his position as cabinet secretary and national security adviser amid concerns that Boris Johnson was trying to politicise the Civil Service activities.

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