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way. That must be a maintenance loan. The highest level of maintenance loan. For the degree that money goes direct to the university, but there are different levels of maintenance and that must be what they are talking about. This is not the first time we have seen is. People taking benefits in order.
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a time I do think you can qualify that as benefits. It is a form of benefit, isn't it? Clearly, it is something that can be exploited by people of a certain haze. It needs to be explained as well, whether the people behind him know this and if they can say, you can get £7,000 there,.
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all week, where is the money coming from? This is what the police are looking at and the security services. There is a suspicion he may have been claiming various benefit, although the benefits agency are saying, we can't find it. It does appear he has been using the student loan system, so getting £7,000 at.
Sky News
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Looking at the bomb, whose name I don't want to say on the front of the Telegraph. On benefits. The interesting thing is there was this talk about how he has been able to get in the area, been able to do in the various countries at will and I were saying.
Daily Express
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briefing and they came out of it but clearly it shows that Donald Trump is still not in the same place as many other G7 leaders on world trade because he is at heart I buy electricity believes that Sam in a trade deal sent have winners and losers and he buried yet to say that actually world trade is something that they can become a win-win for a fruit both sides which is broadly the view of the other G7 leaders who I'm in a repeatedly talk about today are the benefits of global free trade said that is one of those areas where I don't think we're going to get much progress series this summer trying to think.
BBC News 24
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be lower than the £49 billion they want. The question is will they just not do some of the spending increases or would they do a different tax rise. Taxes would rise for businesses and those earning above £80,000. The party's policies are likely to race just £40 billion and many people, not just the rich, would be left worse off. Unlike the Tories, the IFS says Labour would do little to limit pension benefits and plan to fix the.
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BBC Parliament
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It was a glaring omission. It was not being fully honest. That is a big amount of money, which of course it is not in the manifesto, the Conservatives can argue it is continuing Government policy, but £11 billion being cut from benefits will hit working age households
BBC Parliament
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We know it would mean they would be on course to miss their fiscal target. They have promised to balance the books on day-to-day spending. Now the Tories, you say the Tories will cut £11 billion from benefits, reducing the incomes of the lowest paid significantly. Is that in the manifesto? It is a continuation of policy. Universal credit is much less generous
BBC Parliament
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to taxes and benefits. To discuss their findings, Carl Emmerson, their Deputy Director is here with me now. The parties tell us their policies are costed, respect they? No they take risks. Labour has a plan to increase public spending considerably and they would keep the deficit around its current level so, borrow more than the Conservatives and raise taxes significantly
BBC Parliament
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Manifestos are always full of fine sounding commitments, but as John Major used to say "fine words butter no parsnips" - and voters want to know how all those extra billions for schools or the NHS are going to paid for. Which taxes are going up and which benefits are being cut? That means cold, hard numbers. Something some politicians seem to have trouble with. # Five, four, three, # Two # One. How much will they cost? They will cost..
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But the IFS said that benefits the wealthiest segment going to university, and also cutting in work benefits. That could harm some of the working families benefits. That could harm some of the working families across the country. What about other questions? The tax burden
BBC Radio London
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the children begin to form opinions space so what they hear and see if I'm not saying that the boys parents actively supported streaming views but like many his feel their lives for just one just in many ways that these viewpoints generate transfer to our children it's not uncommon for children of parents on benefits to end up on benefits themselves people from minority backgrounds who have felt suppressed in one Way Or Another when obstacles of care for children feel the same way at parental influences a key to a child's development and opinion for me in your discussion earlier to give me earlier in the week the stance that some of your call is so hard words that people holding these using that committing such crimes should be deported even though you as you keep saying this boy was born and raised in this country this dance so just three.
Bleacher Report
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But squeezing big business hurts other taxpayers too: millions of pension fundholders who own shares in firms, workers whose wages might be cut and consumers who face higher prices. Labour would cut inequalityLabour's plans are likely to reduce inequality. Under Jeremy Corbyn, those with the highest incomes would lose the most. But changes to taxes and benefits proposed by the Lib Dems would be the most generous to people on the lowest incomes. … but won't reverse benefit cuts Despite railing against Tory welfare cuts over the years, Labour do not plan to reverse most planned cuts to working-age benefits. Again, the Lib Dems say they would go further than Labour reversing cuts to child tax credit and the plan to freeze most benefit rates. Lower immigration hurts The OBR already expects public finances to suffer due to lower immigration as a result of the EU referendum vote.
ITV
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There are benefits of risks in all proposals. Labour and LibDem have proposed more money for schools, but how did they pay for that with other spending plans? Conservatives are trying spending plans? Conservatives are trying to deliver the same quality of education with trying to deliver the same quality of education with a declining budget. Music, art and PE teachers would be the first to go if funding is reduced at Dulwich Village infants as well as additional support for the children that need it
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Three propellers on a drone is a rare sight, and it's something we find surprising because it's a configuration that can have some surprising benefits. To think about why, it's worth taking a look at some of the characteristics of a three-rotor machine's flight. A Chinook helicopter in service. UNC CFC USFK [ CC BY 2.0 ]. If you think for a moment about a typical small helicopter, it will have a tail rotor. The tail rotor is there to provide a sideways force to counteract the natural tendency for the fuselage to spin in reaction to the rotation of the main rotor. With a twin-rotor helicopter such as the famous Chinook military aircraft, the tail rotor is superfluous because the tendency to rotate imparted by the front rotor is counteracted by an equal but opposite force from the contra-rotating rear rotor. If you take the counteracting forces in a Chinook as analogous to those on a multirotor, you will then understand that equal numbers of contra-rotating propellers cancel any tendency for the craft to rotate, and allow the craft to be flown .