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Ken Loach puts Jo Coburn in her place on the BBC’s Daiy Politics.

This site has already shown you the joyful spectacle of Dennis Skinner taking down a TV interviewer:

I also wanted to feature Ken Loach’s words on the Department for Work and Pensions and social security as a whole. Questioned by a schoolmarmish Jo Coburn, who presented the claim that the DWP helps people into work (which isn’t even worthy of sarcastic laughter), the venerable film-maker knocked her flat by saying it exactly as he sees it – and he’s the man who made I, Daniel Blake:

Any further questions? Ms Coburn had to change the subject.

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