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Sadiq Khan warns against 'anti-London' agenda

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Sadiq Khan warns against 'anti-London' agenda

Sadiq Khan warns against 'anti-London' agenda

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says sentiment against the capital will harm growth.

Mr Khan told the London Government Dinner guests that government plans to re-balance spending away from London risked damaging "growth and jobs everywhere else in the country".

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