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Reeves hopes GDP figures are 'wake-up call' for government

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Reeves hopes GDP figures are 'wake-up call' for government

Reeves hopes GDP figures are 'wake-up call' for government

Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves says she hopes that the latest GDP figures are a "wake-up call" for the government.

Her comments come as the UK's economy flatlined in the last three months of 2022, helping it narrowly avoid falling into recession.

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