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Ramesh Patel Sep 12
Sorry Theresa May, The IMF say 2010 -2018 the Tories borrowed £670 bn but the latest figure is £816 bn Labour have borrowed £500 bn in 33 years in office. Hence, the Tories have borrowed more in 8 years than all the years Labour were in office RT
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Full Fact Sep 12
The Trussell Trust found that food bank use increased by 52% in a year in areas where Universal Credit has been rolled out. The National Audit Office observed similar findings
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Liz Truss Sep 12
Corbyn falling very flat on UC. PM pointing out people were trapped on benefits under Labour. It's thanks to our welfare reforms we have lowest unemployment since 1975.
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BBC Politics Sep 12
“We are helping get people into work” - PM hits back after Jeremy Corbyn says “Universal credit will now increase the number of children in poverty”
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🌹#iVoted4Corbyn Sep 12
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Bring hope to the many - Scrap the Bedroom Tax, re-introduce nurses bursaries, ban fracking, scrap university tuition fees, triple lock guarantee on pensions & free bus pass, free school meals, a fairer tax system - Join Labour
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The Labour Party Sep 12
Millions of working families are set to be worse off under Universal Credit. It's forced families into poverty and debt, with people facing homelessness and relying on foodbanks. Only Labour will pause and fix Universal Credit. Spread the word 👇
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Luke Pollard MP Sep 12
Appalling behaviour by Conservative MPs trying to shout down Jeremy Corbyn. Tactics of the playground. Grown men shouting like children. I hate - each and every week it shows our politics at its very worst. Things have got to change
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Conservatives Sep 12
Labour’s benefit system let 1.4 million people spend most of a decade trapped on benefits. Universal Credit is a better system – people on UC spend more time looking for work and are more likely to get a job.
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Conservatives Sep 12
Over 3.3 million more people in work since 2010. That’s more people with the security of a job, more people with a regular salary, and more people able to support their families. A fairer welfare system for those who use it, and to those who pay for it.
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Jo Platt MP Sep 12
Appalling behaviour from Conservative MP’s at today. Screaming, shouting and trying to silence criticism doesn’t change the fact that Universal Credit is failing families across the country with child poverty rising
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Wolfie. Sep 12
Good to see you’ve finally made a contribution to . Albeit for the Conservatives. Please leave our party.
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🌹#iVoted4Corbyn Sep 12
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Yanis Varoufakis on Jeremy & Labour: 'If the message is right, the media can be by-passed.'
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Jeremy Corbyn Sep 12
. is pouring petrol on the burning injustices in our society.
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All Theresa May's anti-Labour material at today's was brought to her on a plate by Labour's treacherous Blairite MPs. Special mention must surely go to who provided May with her ultimate punchline. And these morons wonder why their CLPs want rid of them.
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Angela Rayner Sep 12
Tory MPs trying to shout down at is not a good sight. l suppose all they have left is to shout and guffaw as they are bankrupt of ideas in their own party 👎
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The Pileus Sep 12
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James Cleverly Sep 17
I’m not a fan of leaders debates. Reinforces the incorrect perception that we have a presidential system in the UK. TV companies love them because they drive ratings. If you want to see PM and Leader of the Opposition going head to head tune in to each week.
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Damo #GTTO Sep 12
Theresa May just scraped every barrel she could find in order to avoid answering anything she was asked on Universal Credit. Never seen Corbyn roast her quite as forcefully as he just did.
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Benji #TTFN Sep 12
Crikey Corbyn really went full throttle. PM hanging her head in shame before getting up to answer a question she wasn't asked.
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Full Fact Sep 12
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