LONDON (Reuters) – British finance minister Rishi Sunak stated there could be no return to austerity and as a substitute he’ll announce “fairly a big” improve in funding for public providers in a one-year spending plan on Wednesday.
“You’ll not see austerity subsequent week,” Sunak instructed Sky Information tv on Sunday. “What you will notice is a rise within the authorities’s spending on day-to-day public providers, and fairly a big one, approaching the rise that we had final 12 months.”
(Reporting by William Schomberg; Modifying by Andrew Heavens)
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