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Carolyn Harris elected first deputy leader of Welsh Labour.
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The shadow chancellor says “there are no tricks up my sleeve”. But business leaders fear the party would be more radical in power than it suggests.
Is this meant to be helping?
It came on the anniversary of May’s “I'm just a girl, standing in front of the electorate, asking them to crush the saboteurs” routine.
I played both the 2017 and 2018 versions of the game for thirty years after Brexit. The result was a grim future.