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Starmer presses PM on where defence funding will come from

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Starmer presses PM on where defence funding will come from

Starmer presses PM on where defence funding will come from

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has welcomed Boris Johnson’s £16.5 billion pound military investment, but has pressed the PM on where the money will come from.

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