‘They’ve crashed the pound and for what?’ Keir Starmer SLAMS the Tory’s economic policy

'they've crashed the pound and for what? ' keir starmer slams the tory's economic policy

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‘They’ve crashed the pound and for what?…The only way to stop this is with a Labour Government.’

Sir Keir Starmer says ‘The Government has lost control of the British economy’ in his keynote speech at the Labour Conference.

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