Labour promises £6bn investment blitz to drive electric vehicle revolution

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Party says plans to support wave of new factories will safeguard 186,000 jobs and revive an auto sector 'under siege'

Labour has today continued its blitz of green policy announcements, unveiling plans to invest up to £6bn in the UK's fledgling electric vehicle (EV) supply chain. Shadow Business, Energy and Industrial...

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