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Starmer accuses PM of 'smearing a working class woman'

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Starmer accuses PM of 'smearing a working class woman'

Starmer accuses PM of 'smearing a working class woman'

Keir Starmer has accused the prime minister of 'smearing a working class woman' as the two clashed during PMQs.

The Labour leader accused ‘billionaire’ Rishi Sunak of using schemes for tax evasion while trying to draw attention to Angela Rayner's tax affairs.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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