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Government’s plan for jobs aims to give public ‘fresh hope’

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Government’s plan for jobs aims to give public ‘fresh hope’

Government’s plan for jobs aims to give public ‘fresh hope’

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said that the government’s plan for jobs aims to give the British public “new opportunities and fresh hope during an unquestionably difficult time”.

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