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Greensill urgent question asked in Commons

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Greensill urgent question asked in Commons

Greensill urgent question asked in Commons

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds asks an urgent question in the House of Commons on Greensill Capital and a Covid-19 support scheme.

Labour had asked for Chancellor Rishi Sunak to appear before MPs to respond.

However, business minister Paul Scully was sent to reply for the government.

Report by Jonesia.

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