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NEWS: Labour 2024 manifesto doubles down on pledge to tackle money laundering in British overseas territories

BRITAIN: Labour leader Keir Starmer (C) and members of the shadow cabinet, including Deputy Angela Rayner (L) and Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves (R).

By Paul O’Donoghue

The Labour Party has reaffirmed a commitment to cracking down on money laundering in Crown dependencies and overseas territories in its 2024 party manifesto.

However, in what could be viewed as a slightly contradictory pledge, Labour also promised it would defend the right of the jurisdictions to sovereignty and self-determination.

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