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Rishi Sunak defends government's economic plan

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Rishi Sunak defends government's economic plan

Rishi Sunak defends government's economic plan

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has defended the government's 'comprehensive' plan to respond to the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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