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Labour gives its verdict on Sunak's financial measures

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Labour gives its verdict on Sunak's financial measures

Labour gives its verdict on Sunak's financial measures

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds has said the government needed to be "far quicker" at delivering new financial measures for businesses in Tier 2 coronavirus areas to avoid "unnecessary economic damage".

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