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The debate over the government’s economic response to the pandemic is expected to reach a crescendo on Tuesday as Parliament approaches its vote on next year’s budget.
In the opening sessions, government ministers presented key sections of the budget and came in for aggressive questioning from opposition MPs on issues ranging from healthcare spending and lockdown measures for retail to the spending plans for the EU Re...
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