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Labour: What is the chancellor waiting for?

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Labour: What is the chancellor waiting for?

Labour: What is the chancellor waiting for?

Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds "wants to know what the chancellor is waiting for" while he delays introducing measures to help UK families deal with the cost-of-living crisis.

He says he "doesn't understand the government's strategy" and the fact that MPs have no policies to tell their constituents about is an "indictment" of Rishi Sunak and the Prime Minister's decision-making.

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