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PMQs: Corbyn tells May to watch I Daniel Blake film

The Labour leader said the prime minister should watch the Palme D'Or winning film, I Daniel Blake, as he questioned her about the fairness of the welfare system.

Jeremy Corbyn named an ex-serviceman who had died without food after welfare sanctions, and said it was time to end the "institutional barbarity against, often, very vulnerable people."

Theresa May defended work capability assessment with sanctions, and told him the Labour Party was "drifting away from the views of Labour voters".

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