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Starmer refuses to comment on Rayner’s tax affairs

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Starmer refuses to comment on Rayner’s tax affairs

Starmer refuses to comment on Rayner’s tax affairs

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has refused to comment on whether the party has provided funding for tax or legal advice for his deputy Angela Rayner’s tax affairs.

Mr Starmer said, “I have said I am absolutely pleased to be out with Angela today, and that is the focus that she has, that is the focus that I have had.” Report by Ajagbef.

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