Natalie Bennett on The Headline Interview

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Natalie Bennett on The Headline Interview

The Greens say they would scrap tution fees, scrap the benefits cap, renationalise the railways and bring in a national minimum wage of £10 per hour by 2020, but with a large Government debt, how do they plan to pay for it?

Tune into The Headline Interview from 12pm today to see the full live interview.

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