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Qatar- Tories warn of economic crisis under Labour

MENAFN.com Sunday, 10 November 2019
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Finance Minister Sajid Javid yesterday said the opposition Labour Party's 'reckless spending plans would trigger an economic crisis within months if it won th...
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News video: Chancellor claims Labour would plunge Britain into economic crisis

Chancellor claims Labour would plunge Britain into economic crisis 01:52

Labour would plunge Britain into an economic crisis "within months", Sajid Javid has warned, as he defended the Conservative's claim that Jeremy Corbyn's policies would cost £1.2 trillion. The Chancellor said the opposition would spend an extra £650 million a day if they win the General Election -...

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