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Labour say Tories consumed by 'chaos' amid election call

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Labour say Tories consumed by 'chaos' amid election call

Labour say Tories consumed by 'chaos' amid election call

Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting says the Conservative party is consumed by 'chaos' and 'sleaze' and that a general election can't come soon enough.

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