Experts have accused the government of being ‘a bit useless’ and have failed to ‘get a grip of the R rate.’
The T rate is at a low of 0.2 and measures the Trust that people have on the government. Mr Bobson described the T rate as ‘abysmal’ and said the record low shows the government are trusted to ‘wake up, breathe and go to bed.’
He went on to say that with ‘a few tweaks such as tying their own shoelaces and at least pretending to give a toss about the people they represent’ the government could see their T rate grow to around 0.3.
Mr Bobson said the drop in the T rate comes on the back of ‘exponential growth in the L rate.’ The L rate measures a government’s capacity to Lie and since December the L rate in the UK has more than doubled on a weekly basis.
Asked whether he could explain the rise in the L rate, Mr Bobson said early indications are that the L rate is directly affected by the C rate which measures the amount of Cs in parliament.
Mr Bobson said there ‘is a common misconception in the UK that the C rate measures the amount Conservatives in parliament’ and although this is not entirely true, the two do tend to come hand in hand.