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Labour: Government have lost the nations trust over economy

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Labour: Government have lost the nations trust over economy

Labour: Government have lost the nations trust over economy

Shadow International Trade Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds says the government needs to be "swept away" at the next general election having "lost the nations trust" and "any claim to economic competence" after their mini-budget.

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