The European Research Group (ERG) within the Conservative party seem to be at the reins at the moment and I think that's where a lot of these populist ideas are coming from. I don't think they represent mainstream Conservative views. I'd even say I don't think the Conservative party itself was...
Sounds like she's getting her excuses in early to me.
It means that when her plan for growth actually causes things to slow down and get worse, she can just proclaim that brighter days are just around the corner and we need to bear with it and stick with the plan for just a bit longer.
The policy was always to be non-specific except if it was due to weather. Generally a "temporary delay" was meant to be the stock response although I often heard people say there was a technical delay instead.
And they're only echoing what other economics, bankers and traders are saying... the policy will not increase growth. In fact it is likely to do the opposite. It will stifle growth instead.
That is because increasing inflationary pressures will mean the bank puts up the interest rate to try...
When the IMF criticises your policy, something unprecedented for a G7 country, it might be time for a rethink.
They've criticised the policy as it's likely to drive up prices, which is working against the aims of the central bank, and it's likely to increase economic divisions.
I believe the original queue lines were something like the above.
Area 1 (yellow) from entrance to station
Area 2 (blue) loop behind the entrance
Area 3 (red) loop underneath the monorail and back to the entrance
Area 4 (purple) loops around the stall turn
Area 5 (green) extends area 4 towards...