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Liz Truss's car arrives at Parliament ahead of 'mini budget'

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Liz Truss's car arrives at Parliament ahead of 'mini budget'

Liz Truss's car arrives at Parliament ahead of 'mini budget'

Prime Minister Liz Truss arrives at the Houses of Parliament ahead of Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's fiscal statement, which has been dubbed a 'mini budget'.

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