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Dominic Raab has told MPs that Labour’s deputy leader had “flip flopped” over the rail strikes.

The deputy prime minister was responding to Angela Rayner’s claims about poverty and food bank use in the UK.

She said Mr Raab pretended to empathise with those struggling with a rise in the cost of living.

Live: Rayner grills Raab at Prime Minister’s Questions