- Tim Knox was quoted in the Sun: Jeremy Corbyn’s hard left manifesto for Labour has a £30billion financial black hole and will land everyone with a £4,000 bill
Tim Knox, CPS Director, called the leaked manifesto “longest sweetie shop note in history”. Tim also said “Expecting people to believe that Labour’s pledges are affordable is an insult to their intelligence.”
- Daniel Mahoney wrote for City AM: Labour’s manifesto policies would turn the UK into an economic basket case
- Daniel Mahoney wrote for the Telegraph: Britain has come to depend on a small number of rich taxpayers. Raiding them could be disastrous. (£), also available here.
- Robert Colvile wrote for the Sun, quoting the latest CPS paper on corporation tax: Labour’s manifesto is packed with spending promises but doesn’t seem to say anything about where the money is coming from
Date Added: Friday 12th May 2017