Dodds: Asked Sunak 40 Times for Targeted Wage Support Scheme

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    Sep.24 — U.K. opposition Labour Party Treasury spokesperson Anneliese Dodds says she asked Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak 40 times to introduce a targeted system of wage support. “It looks like he’s going to do that today,” she said on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” “We really need to see much quicker action, and effective action,” she added.

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