He’s facing calls to ease the financial pressure on people, with inflation at a 30-year high and household energy bills – as well costs at the fuel pumps – skyrocketing.
There has been speculation that the Chancellor could announce a temporary cut in fuel duty.
Boris Johnson recently claimed Sunak is “driving a new age of post-Brexit entrepreneurialism”.
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But the Chancellor has also cautioned that factors like global inflation are “somewhat out of my control”.
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