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UK's Javid says opposition Labour would trigger economic crisis: BBC

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UK's Javid says opposition Labour would trigger economic crisis: BBCBritish finance minister Sajid Javid said the opposition Labour Party's spending plans would trigger an economic crisis within months, citing a contested dossier published by his Conservative Party and refusing to give costs for his own fiscal strategy.
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British finance minister Sajid Javid said the opposition Labour Party's spending plans would trigger an economic crisis within months, citing a contested dossier published by his Conservative Party and refusing to give costs for his own fiscal strategy. Emer McCarthy reports.

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