New British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told his cabinet of ministers on Wednesday that the government will delay a financial event until November 17 because it is important to make tough decisions and consult. opinions about them.
Sunak told the cabinet the government would prioritize economic stability and fiscal sustainability, agreeing with finance minister Jeremy Hunt to roll back the financial statements that came into effect on October 31.
“(Sunak) said it was important to reach the right decisions and to have time for those decisions to be confirmed with the Cabinet,” his office said.
“The fall statement will show how we will put public finances on a sustainable footing and reduce debt over the medium term and will be accompanied by a full forecast from the Office of Budget Responsibility.”
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