Monday, December 09, 2019

Labour's first 100 days plans are built on a fallacy


Commenting on Labour's plans for its first 100 days, Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader, Ed Davey, said: 

“Labour’s plans for its first 100 days are built on a fallacy. They cannot invest vast sums in our public services while also subjecting our country to greater uncertainty as they pursue a new Brexit deal.

“Their wish-list for Government grows ever longer and longer, but we know that the Institute for Fiscal Studies has said their plans aren’t credible and would simply take our country backwards.

“The Liberal Democrats would stop Brexit and use the money from the £50bn Remain Bonus to properly invest in our public services. A vote for the Liberal Democrats is a vote to build a brighter future and a fairer society.”

1 comment:

nigel hunter said...

Labour are as bad as the Tories. Promise the World and vote for us. The True reality strikes later and then the mess has to be sorted out by somebody else.STAYING INTHE EU AND DRPPING BREXIT SOLVES THE PROBLEM