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Business Minister 'concerned' over MP claims that northern England regions are being left behind

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Business Minister 'concerned' over MP claims that northern England regions are being left behind

Business Minister 'concerned' over MP claims that northern England regions are being left behind

Business Minister Nadhim Zahawi tells BBC Breakfast that he is concerned aboutthe claims from some MPs that regions in northern England are being 'leftbehind'.


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