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Labour’s economic plans: ‘Bidenomics’ without the money?

Stability, investment, and reform - these are the three pillars for growth set out by Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves.


Stability, investment, and reform – these are the three pillars for growth set out by Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves in her Mais Lecture to business and finance leaders earlier this week.

“In a changing world, Britain has been behind the curve,” she said, but a Labour government, she stated, would seek to bring a “new chapter in Britain’s economic history”. 

Anoosh Chakelian, Britain editor at the New Statesman, is joined by George Eaton, senior editor, and Freddie Hayward, political correspondent, who both attended Reeves’ lecture on Tuesday evening at Bayes Business School in City University.


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