Angela Rayner asks Liz Truss ‘whose side are you on?’ during Labour conference

Angela rayner asks liz truss 'whose side are you on? ' during labour conference

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Angela Rayner questioned the financial decisions of prime minister Liz Truss and the Conservative party during the Labour conference. The Labour party deputy labelled the prime minister ‘trickle-down Truss’ and asked ‘whose side are you on?’ as she alleged that the Conservatives ‘pile billions into the bank accounts of cronies’ but leave the working classes with little support. Rayner discussed the lack of funding received by pubs and small businesses, ‘the lifeblood of our communities’, during lockdown and argued that they need a government on their side amid concerns over the cost of living

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