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Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister – in the House of Commons at 11:30 am on 3rd May 2006.

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Photo of David Clelland David Clelland Labour, Tyne Bridge 11:30 am, 3rd May 2006

Apart from the minimum wage, statutory holidays, Sure Start, low unemployment, low mortgages, free eye tests, prescriptions, TV licences and bus travel, and the £200 winter fuel allowance for pensioners, 2 million children taken out of poverty, 2 million pensioners taken out of poverty, more teachers, nurses, doctors and police, and lower crime, hospital waiting lists and class sizes, what have the Labour Government done for us?

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James Maxwell
Posted on 16 May 2006 2:10 pm (Report this annotation)

Creepy toad. 2 million children / pensioners taken out of poverty? Made-up figures, which they hope people will believe if they repeat them often enough. Reduced wating lists? That's because you now have to wait to get on the waiting list! Labour spin and lies. This list of so-called achievements is the product of the most contemptuous and cynical manipulation of the truth ever.