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Sunak goes long on support for jobs - but says little about NHS or inequality

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Analysis: Not quite the ‘same old Tories', but ‘levelling up' clearly has a narrow meaning for the chancellor Rishi Sunak both is, and isn't, a typical Tory: he's an extravagantly rich, public school-educated former hedge fund manager; but also a coke-swigging Star Wars fan with a slick Twitter game who works from home in a hoodie. And his budget on Wednesday was, and wasn't, a typical Tory budget. Labour has repeatedly accused the Conservatives in recent weeks of wanting to return to “business as usual”. But the political and economic terrain has been changed dramatically by the past 12...
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