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Labour’s grand plan? More borrowing

10 October 2023

1:17 AM

10 October 2023

1:17 AM

Rachel Reeves’s speech at Labour party conference was an attempt to show how the party’s economic strategy differs from the Tories. Oddly, the shadow chancellor decided to do this by cherry-picking the showstoppers from both Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak’s highlight reels.

Reeves’s accusations were numerous, though predominantly levelled at Truss and her disastrous 49-day premiership.

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