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Labour: GDP figures statement of the absolutely obvious

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Labour: GDP figures statement of the absolutely obvious

Labour: GDP figures statement of the absolutely obvious

Labour’s Alison McGovern says 3rd quarter GDP figures which show the UK economy shrunk by 0.2% is a “statement of the absolutely obvious”.

The shadow employment minister says “what we need now is a change of approach and I don’t believe the Tories can provide that, but a Labour government could”.

Report by Blairm.

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