Labour front-bencher Chris Williamson’s latest ‘Week in Westminster’ video naturally focuses on Philip Hammond’s Budget, which was a non-event except for the Office of Budget Responsibility’s disastrous economic forecasts.
But he also highlight’s former Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke’s allegation that David Cameron colluded with Rupert Murdoch, the government’s continuing sell-off of NHS assets, the ongoing disaster of the Brexit negotiations and the Tories’ ability to find billions to try to cover their incompetence, the plight of those suffering under the calamitous Universal Credit system – and Jeremy Corbyn’s angry reaction to a Tory whip attempting to distract from the impact of the Tory-driven collapse of social care.
A government out of control and a Budget that won't deliver for the many. Watch to find out what happened in Westminster this week ↓ pic.twitter.com/FzRO5UjTnw
— Chris Williamson #GTTO (@DerbyChrisW) November 26, 2017
As ever, it’s well worth watching – and sharing.
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