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I lost count of how many times he used the word “investment”. There was to be investment in new infrastructure, investment in new green jobs, investment in free childcare for all two, three and four-year-olds, investment in training for young people, investment in care for old people, investment in breaking up the “racket” of privatisation and public-private partnerships. But I missed the bit in Jeremy Corbyn's party conference speech today where he explained how all this “investment” (otherwise known as “government spending”) was going to be paid for.

Jeremy never uttered the word “tax” except when it was bracketed with “cuts” – as in the evil Tory tax cuts for the rich which had already been...

I lost count of how many times he used the word “investment”. There was to be investment in new infrastructure, investment in new green jobs, investment in free childcare for all two, three and four-year-olds, investment in training for young people, investment in care for old people, investment in breaking up the “racket” of privatisation and public-private partnerships. But I missed the bit in Jeremy Corbyn's party conference speech today where he explained how all this “investment” (otherwise known as “government spending”) was going to be paid for.

Jeremy never uttered the word “tax” except when it was bracketed with “cuts” – as in the evil Tory tax cuts for the rich which had already been...

I lost count of how many times he used the word “investment”. There was to be investment in new infrastructure, investment in new green jobs, investment in free childcare for all two, three and four-year-olds, investment in training for young people, investment in care for old people, investment in breaking up the “racket” of privatisation and public-private partnerships. But I missed the bit in Jeremy Corbyn's party conference speech today where he explained how all this “investment” (otherwise known as “government spending”) was going to be paid for.

Jeremy never uttered the word “tax” except when it was bracketed with “cuts” – as in the evil Tory tax cuts for the rich which had already been...

I lost count of how many times he used the word “investment”. There was to be investment in new infrastructure, investment in new green jobs, investment in free childcare for all two, three and four-year-olds, investment in training for young people, investment in care for old people, investment in breaking up the “racket” of privatisation and public-private partnerships. But I missed the bit in Jeremy Corbyn's party conference speech today where he explained how all this “investment” (otherwise known as “government spending”) was going to be paid for.

Jeremy never uttered the word “tax” except when it was bracketed with “cuts” – as in the evil Tory tax cuts for the rich which had already been...