Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson appears outside his home to serve tea to members of the press – but refuses to answers questions about his controversial comments on the burka

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Jeremy Corbyn: "Labour is calling on the government to freeze rail fares on the routes most severely affected by the timetable changes,” McDonald said. “This freeze should be funded by a windfall tax on the profits of the train operators involved.”

"Labour is calling on the government to freeze rail fares on the routes most severely affected by the timetable changes,” McDonald said. “This freeze should be funded by a windfall tax on the profits of the train operators involved.” Excellent idea – 👍https://t.co/GJz5p8W7Ve — Jeremy Corbyn for PM (@JeremyCorbyn4PM) August […]

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