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Government claims mini-budget didn’t cause crash are denied as b*ll*cks

Jacob Rees-Mogg, making a gesture that well defines him.

What a moment on Channel 4 News when Gillian Tett of the Financial Times verbally laid into Jacob Rees-Mogg!

He has been trying to blame the UK’s current economic woes on anything but the government’s mini-budget/”fiscal event”.

Maybe he thought he was winning us over…

And then Ms Tett turned up and said it was “bollocks”:

Peter Stefanovic of the CWU has been describing government rhetoric as “bollocks” for a long time now.

I wonder if he’s delighted that his description is catching on.

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