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Work and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meeting - shropshirestar.com

shropshirestar.comWork and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meetingshropshirestar.comWork and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey was heckled by members of the public in a Holyrood committee meeting covering Universal Credit and the rape clause. An audience member shouted “you can't get into work if you're dead” at Ms McVey as she argued ...16-04-2018

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Work and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meeting
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Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey was heckled by members of the public in a Holyrood committee meeting covering Universal Credit and the rape clause. An audience member shouted “you can't get into work if you're dead” at Ms McVey as she argued ...

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