Yousaf: Tory govt has trashed and tanked UK economy

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Published on November 22, 2023 - Duration: 00:50s

Yousaf: Tory govt has trashed and tanked UK economy

The Scottish first minister says the UK government has "trashed and tanked the UK economy" and that Scotland is "suffering as a result".

Reacting to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's autumn statement, Humza Yousaf said he has not seen the essentials guaranteed that the Scottish government was asking for.

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