Jeremy Hunt, Newly Appointed to Finance, Announces ‘Tough Decisions’

Problems – The new Chancellor of the Exchequer must take charge of the mini-budget announced on 23 September, which has been so poorly received by the markets, and by a large part of the Conservative Party and the British people.

Just arrived, already on the front line. The new finance minister BritishAnd the Jeremy HuntAnnounced on Saturday the day after his appointment by Les Trussthat “difficult decisions” had to be taken to correct the prime minister’s economic project.

“The chancellor can’t control the markets, but what I can do is show that we can fund our tax and spending plans, and that’s going to make some very difficult decisions,” he told Sky News.

“Mistakes” in the Mini Budget

Jeremy Hunt has been appointed by the Conservative Prime Minister to replace Kwasi Quarting, who was sacked amid an economic and financial crisis that has turned political within the Conservative Party. This is close to Rishi SunakBoris Johnson’s former chancellor and opponent of the Downing Street campaign, Liz Truss, has the task of taking on the mini-budget announced by his predecessor on September 23 and very poorly received by the markets, a fair part of the Conservative party and the British people.

He saw that “mistakes” had been made in this mini-budget, which provides for spending and decreases (…) Read more in 20 minutes

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