Thousands of people may lose their jobs as Manchester’s restaurants face closure due to coronavirus.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak launched Britain’s biggest spending spree in 65 years – while repeating the phrase ‘get it done’ what seemed like 65 times – as he spoke for just over 65 minutes in a far-reaching budget on Wednesday.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the government Spring Budget today, announcing over £600b of spending and pledging to give the NHS “what it needs” as COVID-19 spreads across the UK.
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This Wednesday November 22, at 12:30, marks the statement given by the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the House of Commons known as the Budget Statement.
Salford University ‘welcome the measures’ that students are funded at university yesterday by Chancellor George Osborne at the unveiling of the first all-tory budget since 1996.