Watch live: The Great Debate

Watch live: the great debate

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The Great Debate is back.

On this week’s episode, Trevor Phillips asks: Is Liz Truss taking too many risks with our money?

We’re joined by former Conservative chief secretary to the Treasury David Gauke,

Executive Editor of the Economist Anne McElvoy, Chief Economic Strategist Gerard Lyons, and Mick Lynch, Secretary-General of the RMT.

#TheGreatDebate #LizTruss #trevorphillips

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