Those are like the odds in an old Grand National, like they're expecting a major pile up that takes out most of the field.
Emily Thornberry at the Foinavon price of 100-1. Put a monkey on her.
Fair enough really. You want investment and spending now from business and people.During prime minister’s questions on Wednesday, Starmer said: “Now is not the time for tax rises on families and businesses.”
Richard Burgon, the former shadow justice secretary who is secretary of the Socialist Campaign Group of MPs, said: “The question facing all politicians now is: who is going to pay for this crisis? And if we don’t have an answer for that, then we are in a position where Labour doesn’t have an answer to one of the biggest questions facing us. The prime minister rejected my call for a windfall tax. But Labour has to make clear that the super-rich corporations who have increased profits pay their fair share to bringing the end to this crisis.”
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