Proof that Labour changes their CGT policy on the run

We normally accuse Labour of making policy up.   In this case, they had the guts of it, but have been tinkering with it since they announced it.

If you download the policy and inspect the document properties, you’ll see they  have altered and republished the policy since it was announced.



Just to be clear, the PDF was created created after the debate on Tuesday night, and modified again yesterday morning, after David Parker had clarified things on Morning Report.

Seems that the Labour CGT policy remains a moving target

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