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What would a Labour Government mean for the UK’s ties with India?

A Labour Government could still be hugely advantageous to India, if Corbyn and McDonnell are willing to accept how the country is evolving

By Manoj Ladwa  

File photo dated 10/02/18 of Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, who has said that vulnerable children are "paying the price" of austerity and has claimed that he has called for an extra £2 billion to address the "national scandal".

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has climbed up in the business sector’s estimation in recent days, winning some applause in at least one unlikely forum: the British Chambers of Commerce.

Following Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s commitment to keeping the UK in “a customs union” with the EU—a commitment the CBI and many independent business leaders have demanded the Prime Minister adopt—critics are starting to seriously consider the opposition party’s vision for the UK and…

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