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All the top reaction from leading business figures, politicians, campaigners and experts to Kwasi Kwarteng's first major fiscal statement as Chancellor

Today the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng delivered his first major fiscal statement since moving into 11 Downing Street earlier this month. Originally trailed at a 'mini-Budget' designed to tackle the looming...

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