Is this to be Labour’s standard reason for refusing to help people in need?


Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves seems to have shown us how Labour will respond to appeals for policies that would help the many people who have been driven to poverty, mental illness or distraction by the Tory despotism of the last 13 years.

It’s the same line trotted out by David Cameron, back between 2010-16, when he was trying to justify his unnecessary and harmful austerity policies.

Would you like to hear it?

Here it is:

The simple fact is that any UK government can roll out any policy, any expenditure required – if it wanted to.

The problem is that most of them simply don’t want to.


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2 thoughts on “Is this to be Labour’s standard reason for refusing to help people in need?

  1. Tony

    Labour has consistently backed big increases in the military budget which is already one of the largest in the world.
    The state of the public finances has never mattered.

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