They use Sunak's own hypocrisy as the basis for that part of the article, which is fair.
Yes, it would have been preferable if in pointing out Sunak's-Tory hypocrisy over urging firms not to deal with Russia, they had also pointed out problems with vilifying Russia and whitewashing Ukraine generally, too.
But not grounds for dumping
The conclusion section of the piece comes back to the main thrust, calling for a mass fightback as per against the poll tax:
"Class war – fighting back
As Topple says, the Tories are waging a class war. And that war never ceases, though there’s been the occasional victory.
In the late 1980s, the Thatcher government told everyone they had to pay a community charge, or ‘poll tax’, which was a fixed rate charge per adult resident. So people took to the streets, with the largest demonstration in London on 31 March 1990 (police estimated around 200,000 took part). Around 5,000 people were injured. Rioters attacked a number of chain stores, high-end shops, bank branches, cafes, and wine bars. Moreover, “Porsches and Jaguars were set on fire”.
A video by London Weekend Television shows what happened during the riot, albeit with MSM bias.
People also refused en masse to pay the charge. Then in 1993/4, the poll tax was abolished, replaced by the Council Tax, which was not dissimilar to the old Council Rates system.
Today, conditions are arguably far worse – with price rises, rising energy costs, and tax increases – and some of the UK’s poorest may either freeze or starve to death.
Alternatively, like the poll tax protesters some 32 years back, we fight back.
Something has to give."