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She later upper this to £80million, but this would still fall far short and only give each policeman an annual salary of £8,000.
The policy is actually costed at £300m a year by 2021/22.
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we would find the money because we would look at capital gains tax.'The Tories have cut capital gains tax and we want to restore it.'That would give us I think £170...
sorry.'Ms Abbott appears to look to an aide before continuing: 'We would find the money by restoring capital gains tax.'Told by the reporter it was £300million, Ms Abbott said: 'We think that by restoring the cuts in capital gains tax that would give us another £300million a year.' In May Diane Abbott was humiliated in an LBC radio show when she said it would cost just £300,000 to pay for an extra 10,000 police officers.
The Prime Minister said the blunder was no laughing matter and shows the chaos that lies ahead if Jeremy Corbyn is elected PM on June 8. about £80million.'Ferrari suggested even that would mean paying each police officer just £8,000 over four years - or £2,000 annually.
Ms Abbott was left stuttering as she failed to answer the simple question of how much it would cost to implement Labour's policing pledge. The average salary of an officer is around £30,000.
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