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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Rishi Sunak says he ‘cannot justify’ across-the-board public sector pay rise” – below is their description.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak appeared on BBC Breakfast to explain the decisions made in Wednesday’s spending review. Yesterday, he warned that Britain’s “economic emergency has only just begun” as he unveiled a “once in a generation investment in infrastructure” at the Comprehensive Spending Review. Rishi Sunak set out departmental budgets for the next year after the pandemic forced him to scale back ambitions for a multi-year spending settlement. He announced a spending boost for jobs support, the NHS and the military, but his plans have been overshadowed by a grim outlook for the public finances. Read more about the spending review: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2020/11/26/rishi-sunak-unveils-comprehensive-spending-review-key-points/ Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► https://bit.ly/3idrdLH Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.The Telegraph YouTube Channel
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In This Story: Rishi Sunak
Rish Sunak is a British Conservative Party MP, who was originally elected as a Member of Parliament in the Richmond (Yorks) constituency in 2015.
His father-in-law is billionaire founder of Indian IT giant, Infosys, NR Narayana Murthy.
Sunak experienced a meteoric rise, first to be selected for the “safest” Conservative seat in the UK, he would later become the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer in under five years.