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Who’s to blame for the concrete crisis?

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The government is struggling to change the story. After Gillian Keegan yesterday said, about the concrete crisis, that ‘everyone else has sat on their arse and done nothing’, the story has continued to dominate the news. How can the government recover? Who should take the blame?

James Heale speaks to Katy Balls and Conservative Home’s Paul Goodman.

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