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Election: Analysts see ‘end of austerity’ as parties vow to up spending — live


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The headlines have been dominated so far today by chief rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’ censure of Jeremy Corbyn over his handling of anti-Semitism. Mr Mirvis accused Mr Corbyn of allowing a “new poison” to pulse through the Labour party in one of the sharpest interventions by a religious leader in recent times.

Elsewhere, FT economics editor Chris Giles has written an analysis of the major parties’ fiscal plans. The conclusion: “spending taps are going back on, whoever wins”.



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