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The Chancellor’s Summer mini-budget

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Coverage The Chancellor’s Summer mini-budget Miatta Fahnbulleh on Politics Live By Miatta Fahnbulleh 08 July 2020 Miatta discusses Briton’s reluctance to wear face masks, what to expect from the Chancellor’s economic statement, unconscious bias training and the crisis in the childcare sector. [embedded content] Campaigns Coronavirus response Topics Macroeconomics Public services If you back a recovery plan based around great public services, protecting the planet and reducing

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The Chancellor’s Summer mini-budget

Miatta Fahnbulleh on Politics Live


Miatta discusses Briton’s reluctance to wear face masks, what to expect from the Chancellor’s economic statement, unconscious bias training and the crisis in the childcare sector.

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