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Labour likens the Tories to arsonists in attempt to fix NHS

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Labour likens the Tories to arsonists in attempt to fix NHS

Labour likens the Tories to arsonists in attempt to fix NHS

The shadow trade secretary says he doesn't trust the government to fix the problems in the NHS, suggesting "it's rather like asking arsonists to put out the fire that they themselves have set".

Nick Thomas-Symonds also challenges Rishi Sunak to "come clean" about what he knew about Nadhim Zahawi's tax affairs when he appointed him to government.

Report by Wardl.

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