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UK's Kwarteng promises to bring spending under control

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The British government will make a new "commitment" to bring public spending under control following a week of financial turmoil, British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng said in an op-ed in The Telegraph on Friday.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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UK's Kwarteng promises to bring spending under control

The British government will make a new "commitment" to bring public spending under control following a week of financial turmoil, British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng said in an op-ed in The Telegraph on Friday.

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UK chancellor promises to bring spending under control

The “credible” plan, to be published in November, will include a “full forecast from the Office for Budget Responsibility”, Kwasi Kwarteng said.

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