The 'Boris Budget': Rishi Sunak unveils £150bn splurge on public services sparking claims he has bowed to free-spending PM - with huge Universal Credit giveaway, help for business, booze duty cut... and a vague vow taxes will go down | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

The 'Boris Budget': Rishi Sunak unveils £150bn splurge on public services sparking claims he has bowed to free-spending PM - with huge Universal Credit giveaway, help for business, booze duty cut... and a vague vow taxes will go down

Rishi Sunak today claimed the Tories are the 'real party of public services' after Covid - as he used higher growth forecasts to splurge on 'Levelling Up' and slashing business taxes.

Unveiling a crucial Budget modelled on the PM's free-spending instincts, the Chancellor said he was choosing to 'invest' rather than 'retrench' after the pandemic hammered the country.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA