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Sajid Javid warns Boris Johnson against spending splurge after shock resignation and takes swipe at Dominic Cummings

Independent Wednesday, 26 February 2020
'It would not be right to pass the bill for our day-to-day consumption to our children and grandchildren', former chancellor says
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Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid giving a personal statement to MPs in the House of Commons, London, following his resignation from the Cabinet. Speaking from the backbenches for the first time in eight years, Mr Javid said he wanted to explain to MPs first why he resigned. He said:...

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