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Sunak urges voters not to give Starmer ‘blank cheque’ as he launches Tory manifesto

Prime minister promises series of tax cuts but his party’s election policies contain little in the way of surprises

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Rishi Sunak has urged voters to not hand Keir Starmer a “blank cheque” as he launched a Conservative manifesto that promised a series of tax cuts but contained little in the way of surprises.

“Do not forget that Keir Starmer is asking you to hand him a blank cheque, when he hasn’t said what he’ll buy with it, or how much it’s going to cost you,” the prime minister said in a heavily Labour-focused speech at Silverstone racetrack in Northamptonshire.

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