.@jeremycorbyn attacks @theresa_may’s vague spending plans for our #NHS; states “The PM is writing IOUs just to stand still” and asks why anyone should trust the Tories on the NHS? No coherent answer is forthcoming #PMQs— Liz McInnes (@LizMcInnes_MP) June 20, 2018
.@jeremycorbyn welcomes @Janetdaby, a daughter of the #Windrush generation, to her place in Parliament. He talks of #WorldRefugeeDay2018 with 65 million displaced across the globe. @theresa_may acknowledges neither. #PMQs— Liz McInnes (@LizMcInnes_MP) June 20, 2018
“Could I remind the PM the question I asked was about taxation in her speech to deal with her NHS promises at the weekend?” @jeremycorbyn to @theresa_may #pmqs https://t.co/y3OmBWEJ5A pic.twitter.com/FsYGINrCjb— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) June 20, 2018
Doctors, nurses and patients know our NHS is in crisis. The money announced by @theresa_may isn't enough to fix the damage the Tories have done.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 18, 2018
Labour's fully costed plans to raise taxes for the top 5% and big business will increase NHS spending to the level it needs.
When I last asked @Theresa_May about school cuts at #PMQs she said the Tories are "ensuring that there is more money available".— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 15, 2018
We know that's not true, but will she listen now teachers at one of her local schools are begging her for basic equipment? https://t.co/CJkNof97LU
Today's #Brexit vote surely dispels the myth that somehow @jeremycorbyn is responsible for the shambles the Tories are creating. Those attacking him, should do something useful for a change and focus their fire on May and her cohorts! https://t.co/tvNtfeCeLD— Manuel Cortes (@Manuel_TSSA) June 20, 2018