Michael Fabricant discusses government plans to tackle Covid debt

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‘If we don’t tax, if we don’t try to recover some of the £450 billion debt… then people aren’t going to invest in the UK, the pound will sink against other economies’

Tory MP Michael Fabricant discusses the government’s plan to tackle Covid debt

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