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Truss mini-budget did not cause long-term damage, Hunt asserts

Sky News Thursday, 24 November 2022
Truss mini-budget did not cause long-term damage, Hunt assertsJeremy Hunt has said he regrets the turbulence caused by Liz Truss's mini-budget but he does not believe it inflicted long-term economic damage.
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