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Starmer presses PM on UK’s low growth at PMQs

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Starmer presses PM on UK’s low growth at PMQs

Starmer presses PM on UK’s low growth at PMQs

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer presses the prime minister on why Britain faces the lowest growth of any OECD nation over the next two years.

Rishi Sunak replies: “This country has experienced, since 2010, the third-highest growth in the G7.

This year, the fastest growth in the G7 and unemployment at a multi-decade low.” Report by Jonesia.

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