Tim Farron has committed to a soft Brexit deal, a referendum on a final deal, and tax-funded public spending

Lib Dems pledge to outflank Corbyn on reversing welfare cuts

Tim Farron's manifesto pledges to axe the benefit freeze - but commits far less education spending than Labour

Labour wants to plough billions into the NHS - but it still might not be enough

Labour NHS spending plans will "leave £7bn funding gap"

Labour will have to make savings on top of spending billions just to stand still, according to the Health Foundation

"There are no costings on how a lifting of the cap and the freeze would be paid for"

Labour in confusion over benefit freeze

Jeremy Corbyn had said Labour would axe the benefit freeze despite no mention of it in manifesto

"Since 2013, benefit claimants who wish to appeal against a decision made by the DWP have had to request a mandatory reconsideration before being able to take their case to a tribunal."

'Outrageous interference' with rule of law as DWP sets 80% benefit appeal rejection target

DWP has set staff a target of upholding 80% of the benefit decisions they're asked to reassess

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