Brazil Nut Apologises For Bedroom ‘Tax’ Lie

Raquel Rolnik has apologised for erroneously calling the spare room subsidy a “bedroom tax”. Since it is obviously not a tax, she has now admitted she should have called it by its accurate name, reports Chris Mason. The perils of basing your entire report on a handout from the Daily Record. Rolnik is however still insisting that her bonkers conclusions are fair. You can watch her defend herself hereThe Tories are no doubt awaiting Ban Ki Moon’s judgement with baited breath, once that whole Syria thing has been sorted…




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