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Labour: UK economic situation is a ‘very British crisis’

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Labour: UK economic situation is a ‘very British crisis’

Labour: UK economic situation is a ‘very British crisis’

Labour's Pat McFadden says that today's Autumn Statement is "testament to the government's economic failure", following Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget at the end of September.

The Shadow Chief Secretary to The Treasury says Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is trying to "blame global factors as much as possible for the announcements he's made today." Report by Jonesia.

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