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What would a Labour government mean for the economy?

Labour’s big lead in the polls raises the question of what difference a Labour government would make to the economic outlook. The answer is probably not much. A tight grip on the public finances is likely by whichever party is in charge. And the inherent difficulty of supply side reforms suggests that Labour may struggle to do much better than the Conservatives at solving low investment and productivity growth.

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