Labour will reject austerity as a means to get the economy back on track and will instead focus on taxing the rich, shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said in his Labour Party Conference speech on Monday.
In his first conference speech, McDonnell said Labour sought to address the deficit by raising "fair and progressive" taxes and he had told ITV News putting the top rate of income tax up from 45% to 60%...
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