Jeremy Hunt’s financial statement – and Martin Lewis’s reaction [VIDEO]

New Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has made a statement reversing almost all the economic measures announced by the previous Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng.

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis reacts to his words:

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1 thought on “Jeremy Hunt’s financial statement – and Martin Lewis’s reaction [VIDEO]

  1. Elijah Traven

    Your posts continue to lacerate the Tory government and all its evil works. We might have to put up with these enemies of the people for another two years but it will be worth the wait as we will have a good decade without them in government. We might never see their like again. Labour in government may not be what the people need but their attitudes are democratic. They are of the people unlike the Tories who hate democracy and would like to see millions of us removed from the electoral register to keep their jackboots on our faces for ever. The people will judge Labour in office and keep them on their feet but we are not a walkover and this isn’t 1997-2010.

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