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Dodds calls for long-term plan as economy is in 'fragile'

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Dodds calls for long-term plan as economy is in 'fragile'

Dodds calls for long-term plan as economy is in 'fragile'

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds says it is "critically important" the government has a long-term prospective, while the country is in a "fragile economic state".

Report by Alibhaiz.

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