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Coronavirus: Corbyn insists government response proves he was 'absolutely right' on public spending

2 monthes ago   |   By The Independent

'I was denounced as somebody that wanted to spend more money than we possibly could afford, in order to right the social wrongs of this country,' says outgoing Labour leader
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Jeremy Corbyn says coronavirus crisis ‘proves him right' about public spending

Jeremy Corbyn says coronavirus crisis ‘proves him right' about public spending

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Jeremy Corbyn says he feels vindicated over the need for more public spending
The Labour leader says he was ‘absolutely right' about the need for more public spending as the Tory government battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeremy Corbyn said the Conservatives have set aside eye watering sums to tackle the crisis, despite denouncing him at the 2019 general election as ‘somebody that wanted to spend more money than we could possibly afford'.
The outgoing Leader of the Opposition said the outbreak has ‘shocked' the Boris Johnson 's Government and has made them ‘come around' to the idea of...
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Coronavirus: Jeremy Corbyn says he was proved "right" on public spending

2 monthes ago   |   By BBC

The government now realises it has to invest in the state, the outgoing Labour leader tells the BBC.
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