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Scope of support not 'wide enough' says Shadow Chancellor

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Scope of support not 'wide enough' says Shadow Chancellor

Scope of support not 'wide enough' says Shadow Chancellor

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds says the latest update to the jobs scheme to protect workers losing income due to restrictions is still not "wide enough" as some workers will be excluded.

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