Keir Starmer: ‘The government has crashed the pound’

Keir starmer: 'the government has crashed the pound'

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Keir Starmer: ‘The government has crashed the pound'” – below is their description.

During his speech at the Labour party conference in Liverpool, Sir Keir Starmer says the government has “lost control of the British economy,” telling the audience not to “forget or forgive” the Tories for their economic performance.

The Labour leader says he wants to build a “Britain that is fairer, greener, more dynamic and isn’t afraid to use the power of government to help working people succeed.”

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