Having watched just a couple of speeches including Starmer's.
I couldn't help but fee somewhat nauseated by all the sycophantic nodding, gesturing applauding and standing to promises that in the current climate will either not be deliverable or forgotten come general election time.
Is this some sort of subliminal tactic being used ion the Red Wall voters or is it just a given that now they achieved 'getting their country back' they will return to the fold.
It is now standard political rhetoric used indiscriminately by all major parties - tell the audience what they want to hear - better paid jobs, more nurses, more police on the streets, lower inflation, affordable housing, green energy, etc.
Whether you believe they can actually deliver is more about faith and trust - right now the Tories are stretching both. I don't for one moment think Sir Kier and his sycophants have all the answers - but they don't need to be very convincing, just appear sincere.