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'There's no money' note revealed

The infamous letter written by outgoing Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liam Byrne to his successor David Laws, telling him "I'm afraid there is no money," has been shown for the first time to ITV News West Country.

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Infamous Liam Byrne Treasury memo seen for first time

The infamous letter written by former Treasury Chief Secretary Liam Byrne to his successor David Laws, telling him "I'm afraid there is no money," has been shown for the first time to ITV News West Country's political editor Bob Constantine.

The letter left by Liam Byrne for his successor David Laws. Credit: ITV News

The letter, which was dated April 6, 2010, says "Dear Chief Secretary, I'm afraid there is no money. Kind regards and good luck! Liam."

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