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The presenter said: "I understand that that is the mantra, that they 'don't add up', but the fact is when you look at it they [Labour] have covered the running costs, the things people will really like to see a bit of money spent on like scrapping tuition fees, investment in schools, NHS, reversing benefit cuts and so on.The sort of things people will say yes I want to see that happening.The three major constituents of air, and therefore of Earth's atmosphere, are nitrogen, oxygen, and argon.Water vapor accounts for roughly 0.25% of the atmosphere by mass.But Labour was criticised after the release of its manifesto earlier this week for providing detailed costings for all of its policies except for its re-nationalisation plans — which could run into the tens of billions of pounds.Under the party's own rules, it has to balance day-to-day spending and aim for an operational surplus by 2022, but it can borrow for infrastructure spending.
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Ms Abbott gave varying estimates for the cost of the new recruits, ranging from £300,000 to £80m — both of which host Nick Ferrari said did not make sense. "About 32 billion pounds." Mr Humphrys responded: "Thirty-two? " "There's a huge amount of contingency built into the funding for these projects," Mr Hammond argued.
However some people said Ms Abbot's poor sums paled in comparison to Mr Hammond's, especially given that he has been in charge of Tory spending for almost a year already. "Indeed it is and it is usually met, that contingency, isn't it? "Because almost always things cost more than we expect." Without addressing his mistake directly, Mr Hammond tried to justify the cost of building the 250mph rail line linking London, the West Midlands, Leeds and Manchester 'as spread over 15 years as part of our infrastructure investment plan'.