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Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street ahead of economic update

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Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street ahead of economic update

Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street ahead of economic update

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has departed from 11 Downing Street this morning, ahead of his economic update to MPs in the House of Commons.

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