May accused of bribing Labour MPs with £1.6bn communities fund

Theresa May

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Theresa May is being accused of attempting to buy Labour MP votes for her Brexit deal with the launch of a £1.6bn fund for struggling communities.

The prime minister said “prosperity has been unfairly spread” as she announced the Stronger Towns Fund, which she claimed would create jobs, help to train local people and increase economic activity.

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