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Reeves: Starmer's conduct different from govt rule-breaking

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Reeves: Starmer's conduct different from govt rule-breaking

Reeves: Starmer's conduct different from govt rule-breaking

Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves says there is a huge difference between the "industrial scale rule-breaking" at No 10 throughout the Covid lockdown and Keir Starmer's conduct.

The Labour leader was pictured eating a takeaway and drinking a beer at his constituency office in Durham in the lead up to the local elections last year.

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