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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Watch again: Boris Johnson makes landmark levelling up speech in West Midlands” – below is their description.
The Prime Minister is expected to reject suggestions that his flagship levelling up pledge will divert funding away from the so-called Blue Wall, promising not to “decapitate the tall poppies” or “rob Peter to pay Paul”.
Labour has attacked the plans as just throwing money at a problem of their creating, with former Treasury minister Liam Byrne claiming it was “Bullingdon Club economics”.
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