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VERBATIM: May spars on Brexit and austerity

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We know the Prime Minister likes to try to channel the Iron Lady, but when is she gonna show some metal in standing up for British made steel?>> This government has stood up for British made steel and we've made a number of measures that have improved the situation for the steel industry.
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But the The honorable gentleman says that there is no clarity in relation to Brexit. I am very clear that what we want to achieve is the best possible deal for businesses in the United Kingdom to be able to trade with and operate within the single European market.>> Just a few months ago, on the steps of Downing Street, the Prime MInister promised to stand up for families who are just managing to get by.
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However, however we now know that these were just empty words.>> The point about universal credit is making sure that work always pays. As people work more, they earn more. It's right that we don't want to see people just written off to a life on benefits.