Kevin Maguire reacts to Liz Truss’ policy to ‘cap the increase’ of energy bills

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‘The radical thinking isn’t coming from the Conservative Party, it’s coming from Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrats, Gordon Brown, the rest of the Labour Party.’

Daily Mirror Associate Editor, Kevin Maguire, reacts to Liz Truss’ policy to ‘cap the increase’ of energy bills.

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