Does PM accept economic plans were a failure?
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PMQs: Corbyn and May on economic growth, borrowing and debt

Jeremy Corbyn listed a series of claims about the UK economy, and asked the prime minister if she would accept previous Conservative economic plans were a failure. He said those "just getting by were suffering all the pain for no gain".

But Theresa May said it was a good job he was not in power, as the Labour leader could not tell the difference between the IMF and IFS, and added it was her party that brought in the national living wage.

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  • 30 Nov 2016
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