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If people have fallen on hard times, we reach out to and support them. If that person is not getting the support, I ask the hon.
My hon. Friend is quite right.
So that is twice we have not had an apology from the Opposition. I now move back to tax credits.
The answer is no, they will not be apologising.
Hang on, everybody.
And this from the man who said there was no money left. But to be fair, he actually has some honour, because that was correct.
I will give way, but I think we just need a moment to reflect.
I will not give way just yet, but I will in a moment. There used to be the 16-hour rule, which we all know about.
Madam Deputy Speaker, thank you for clearing that up—that we are discussing the Question as is on the Order Paper.
Some of the key changes that were done during this year were the advances to provide extra support if people were in need of extra money