I'm interested what makes you think they are incompetent.
I strongly suspect they are doing exactly the jobs that is being asked of them. May had the chance to boot Hunt out of health a few months ago, she didn't. He's doing exactly what the Tories want. Equally, there is no Governmental pressure on Grayling to resolve the Southern Rail/ RMT debacle.
Their monster majorities enable them to be convenient scapegoats for policy. Calling them incompetent lets the Government off the hook for policy decisions that they are making.
Hunt .... because the NHS is more important and he really does not see it.
Of course, it is always that way whichever party is in power. My Dad will never vote Labour because of what happened in the late '70's, and I will never vote Tory because of what happened during the 80's and 90's, and you'll never vote Labour because of the Blair years and there will be others who never vote Tory because of the current omnishambles.
The point is that no party stays in power forever and things always switch. You may not vote Labour but you'll certainly consider voting for another party, whether its libdems or UKIP or Green, or just neglect to vote, and the parties will switch and the wheel will keep on turning. Policies never really change. All you can ask of a government is competence and fairness, regardless of the colour of their rosette, but when they start failing, tha'ts when we switch.
Fair to say though, that I've never really experienced a time where the competence of both major parties can be questioned so openly and across the board.
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The above post is simply my opinion. I am not bullying you, should it differ from your own.