On BBC’s Question Time there was moment when the crowd drowned out one of the panelists after a comments about the Tory government.
Labour MP Ian Murray was clapped by the Glasgow audience when he accused the the government of having “crashed the economy”.
Murray said said: “His colleagues crashed the economy six months ago and everyone here is paying for it.”
Then he added: “We’ve gone through 12 years of stagnation in wages, we’ve gone through 12 years of pretty much no growth in this country and until the government can find a way of developing that growth and getting growth we will never get out this problem that we’ve got.
“We’ve got the highest inflation in 40 years, the biggest fall in living standards since the fifties when records began, we’ve got the highest tax burden for working people in 80 years.”
He also slammed Shell’s profits.
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