He seems a much more sensible character rather than just sitting there and going "cut this oh and cut that" he seems to think slightly more logical just needs ot make sure there are no black holes after the tax u turn.
the tories have cut disabled peoples cash.... so that's not spinning it. And yes some austerity is needed its more for me is how much and where from and I don't think cutting welfare any more if good.,.. we are better off investing and growing the economy to pay off the rest of the deficit .
He's a highly competent individual who had a 'proper' job before he entered politics. One of the best chancellors for a good while.
I could also say 'tax the rich so much that they leave or cut down waste in departmental spending' which is equally true.
It's called spinning.
Difference between what u said and just stating disability welfare has been cut.
I have stated that departments have trimmed spending, which is true.
I also stated that you can tax the rich until they leave, which is true.
Neither of us have lied, yet mine is more favourable towards the Tories, while yours Labour. It's spinning.
Nobody else is saying tax them until they leave, only you. And that's assuming they would leave if burdened with higher taxation.
Disability benefit has been cut, it's a fact. It's happened.
France didn't want to tax the rich until they left - but slap on a load of taxes and boom, London become the 6th largest French city and France continuously tops the list of rich people emigrating.
You can tax the rich out of a country, it's a fact. It's happened.
jeremy corbyn is going to go down as such a failure he'll never be able to leave his house again
There you go.
"But in a statement, a spokesman for Mr Corbyn said: “A second referendum is not our policy and it won't be in our manifesto.”"
That's what is called a non-denial denial.
He in no way rules out a second referendum, he's merely stating it just isn't current Labour Party policy.