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Universal Credit slammed by MPs: Late programme branded 'unacceptable'

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It's also nice to see that Corbyn for all his "for the people" socialist commentary with regards to tax credits the sames cuts are still going to happen. I don't for one minute believe he was unaware of this.

You appear to be labouring under the misapprehension that the leader of the party in opposition has any actual input into the policies of the party in government (beyond the use of his one vote in the Commons on motions that require a vote).

It would be folly indeed for Mr Corbyn to make any policies or statements of a firm financial nature about what he might do in four years time, if he were to get into power, given that the current lot of thieving so-and-sos in power are likely to have asset-stripped the country down to the bare bones (selling those assets to their mates) in that time, and there is no way of knowing exactly what they will be stealing form the tax payer between now and then.

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