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RT @sarahwollaston: The Brexit dividend tosh was expected but treats the public as fools. Sad to see Govt slide to populist arguments rather than evidence on such an important issue. This will make it harder to have a rational debate about the ‘who & how’ of funding & sharing this fairly.
RT @sarahwollaston: ‘The Prime Minister considers the matter closed’ seems to be the standard response to even shocking cases. What is the point of the Nolan principles of public life if Johnson, his ministers and their advisers can flout them with no consequences? theguardian.com/politics/2020/…
RT @SkyNews: “All we’re getting is a tax rise.” Shadow Social Care Minister, Liz Kendall says plans for a cap on care costs “won’t do anything” for working age people with disabilities. #KayBurley Get more on this story: trib.al/qAvN56b https://t.co/N51Ps6itbd
RT @bbcquestiontime: Coming up on #bbcqt tonight: Labour's @lucympowell questions the leadership and character of the Prime Minister and says she won't be "tarred with the same tawdry brush". Tune in at 10.35pm on @BBCOne. https://t.co/HRz7YK00N3
RT @TorstenBell: Chancellor rightly arguing that we need a lower effective tax rate for low income households on @BBCr4today - cut to the Universal Credit taper very welcome (but though 3 in 4 UC claimants will be worse off net given the £20/week cut last month)