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City A.M.Liam Fox's department forced to backtrack on tweet attacking the Treasury

Liam Fox's department forced to backtrack on tweet attacking the Treasury

Liam Fox’s department was forced to delete a tweet today after promoting an article that attacked Treasury forecasts.

The Department for International Trade (DIT) promoted an article that cited analysis by the Economists for Free Trade (EFT), and included criticism of both the Treasury and the..

Reported by City A.M. • Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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