‘Tried twice now!’ Charlie Stayt frustrated by Simon Clarke in 'car crash' BBC interview

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Clarke tried to insist “everyone” would be gaining more, but Stayt doubled down on his line of questioning.

He interjected: “No, okay, so, I’ve tried twice now. So, if we look at the figures, and these are your own government figures which I hoped you might allude to.

“Someone earning £20,000 will be £93 better off as a result of the National Insurance change.

“Someone earning £100,000 will be £1,093 better off. Those are your own figures, which seem to suggest to me unless you have some counter-narrative, that is those who are earning most will gain the most.”



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