‘Fair Share?’ by DrD-no on DeviantArt.

This story has so enraged the public it hardly needs me to write it.

John McDonnell, Labour’s Chancellor-in-Waiting, has vowed that nobody earning less than £80,000 a year will face tax rises under a Labour government – in contrast to Theresa May’s refusal to rule out tax rises for the very poor.

Here he is, explaining it to Andrew Marr:

Now look at the way the Torygraph span the story:

Workers on £80,000? Workers? Workers?

Damn straight, Angela.

I hope you’re enjoying them, Matt. And how about this plummy-voiced Tory, defending her party’s refusal to rule out tax rises for the poor?

You can tell when they’re lying – you can hear their voices.

All the way to the polling station on June 8, perhaps?

It’s all just another reason to Vote Labour.

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