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Much has been made lately of false claims that Jeremy Corbyn promised to wipe out student debt, if Labour were to be elected into government in June.

Anybody telling you this is deliberately lying and you should make sure you remember that.

Labour’s policy was to eliminate student fees.

Here’s what he had to say about student debt, from an interview with NME:

Next time someone tells you Jeremy Corbyn made a "promise" to wipe out student debt – tell them to take a look at this.

Posted by EL4C on Thursday, July 20, 2017

“I don’t have a simple answer for it at this stage,” he said.

How anybody could claim that this is a promise to wipe out a debt of around £100 billion overnight is beyond This Writer’s capacity to understand – other than as a blatant lie.

Well, you’ve seen the video now. You know the fact of the matter.

If anybody tries to sell you that stinker again, put them straight – and do it publicly, so all their friends know about it too.


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