Reuters discussion with UK Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Anneliese Dodds

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    UK Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Anneliese Dodds will set out Labour’s priorities for economic recovery from COVID-19, starting with the upcoming spending review.

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