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'No return to austerity' in next week's spending review, chancellor says

Sky News Sunday, 22 November 2020 ()
'No return to austerity' in next week's spending review, chancellor saysRishi Sunak has insisted there will be no return to austerity in his spending review next week.
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News video: All you need to know from the Chancellor's Spending Review

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The Chancellor announced a cut to overseas aid as the Office for BudgetResponsibility forecast ‘long-term scarring’ to the economy after Covid-19.

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