Labour has promised to end austerity by February, a top Midlands doctor has warned that the promises made by parties in their manifestos are not realistic and why did the PM pocket a journalist's phone?
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The Labour Party has promised a February 2020 budget that will end austerity “once and for all”.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said he will deliver a budget on February 5 which will save the NHS, rebuild public services, and introduce a Real Living Wage of £10 per hour for all workers.
The Prime Minister said he had "every possible sympathy" with those who have had a bad experience with the NHS after he first refused to look at the image of the young boy presented to him by ITV Calendar's Political Correspondent Joe Pike during an interview on Monday.
Mr Johnson took the phone and placed it in his pocket before eventually looking at the image.
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