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How is this not a national scandal? The Tories are planning to engineer a financial crash in order to terrify MPs into voting through May's terrible deal after they reject it the first time. Imagine the deafening outrage if a Labour Government tried to do this? (via Sunday Times)
Labour has an alternative plan for a sensible jobs-first deal that could win support in Parliament and help bring our country together.
Austerity has always been a political choice.

Labour will end it and rebuild all our communities.
This deal doesn’t meet our six tests or the needs of our country.

Labour has laid out an alternative plan, which puts jobs and living standards first. #Ridge
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Ten years ago today the financial crash began.

The people who caused it now call me a threat. They’re right.

Labour is a threat to a damaging and failed system rigged for the few.
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I am delighted to see Labour do so well. I congratulate @jeremycorbyn for running a very effective campaign.
Today is equal pay day. For the rest of the year, women will effectively work for free.

The next Labour government will force companies to take action to tackle the scandal of unequal pay.
A Labour government will ban fracking immediately.
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"Do you honestly believe that Britain is better off outside of the EU?"
That was the question Channel 4 News asked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn six times.
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Calling just about everybody: May about to bounce UK political class into hurrying thru a "deal" which she could not define until lunchtime ... all in the "national interest". Any Labour MP who facilitates this is betraying not just the party but the country...
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