Rachel Reeves unveils Labour’s plans for the economy at party conference

Rachel reeves unveils labour's plans for the economy at party conference

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Shadow chancellor of the Exchequer, Rachel Reeves, attacked Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini budget announced in parliament on Friday. Reeves warns prices will rise and the cost of borrowing will increase as a result of the government’s plans to slash tax. Labour have announced they would turn minimum wage into ‘genuine living wage’, as well as abolishing business rates and reinstate the 45% tax rate to fund a hiring spree in the NHS. Reeves ended her speech at the Labour party conference in Liverpool by saying a Labour government is on its way

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