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Starmer calls for Parliament to be recalled over economy

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Starmer calls for Parliament to be recalled over economy

Starmer calls for Parliament to be recalled over economy

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer calls for Parliament to be recalled “immediately”, claiming the government has “lost control of the economy”.

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