BBC viewers slam Labour MP Pat McFadden for avoiding mini budget probes ‘Hasn’t a clue’

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    Speaking on the Conservative Party’s future, McFadden added: “What they need to do now is instead of compounding the damage, through a whole series of public service cuts. 

    “Which will simply cause more pain to the NHS, schools and to other essential public services, is to re-visit what caused the damage in the first place.”

    As he added: “Rather than doubling down and causing more damage,” McFadden was interrupted by Sally who took a different line of questioning. 

    On September 23, two weeks after Liz Truss took over as Prime Minister, Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng announced a set of economic policies referred to as the “mini-budget”.

    BBC Breakfast airs daily at 6 am



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