Rishi Sunak says Budget tax cuts shows voters can have confidence in him



RISHI Sunak has insisted voters can trust him to slash taxes by the next general election.
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Pope Francis tells parents to support children if they are gay
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EU honors camp survivor as world remembers Holocaust
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NHS patient safety watchdog launches investigation into community mental health care
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One in five UK councils have no climate action plan, campaigners say
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Ruben Dias outlines Man City's new approach to Champions League this season
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UK watchdog to study music streaming market amid claims of raw deal for artists and fans
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Commuters could get free bacon sandwiches and coffee in new Greggs rewards scheme
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Man Utd star Paul Pogba branded a "major disappointment" by ex-Sir Alex Ferguson coach
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AFCON news: Ghana sack manager Milovan Rajevac after Comoros defeat leads to shock group-stage exit
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ITV Corrie fans left embarrassed over awkward soap twist as they can't believe what they're seeing
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Jess Glynne 'splits' from record label after 'disagreements' about her future
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Royal Family LIVE: Harry and Meghan swipe crown from Kate, William and Queen
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Parklife 2022: How to get tickets to see Megan Thee Stallion, 50 Cent and Tyler the Creator in Manchester
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Ukraine crisis: Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline won’t open if Russia invades, says US – live coverage
Russian president Vladimir Putin is being briefed on a US paper reaffirming support for Ukraine’s right to pursue Nato membershipHello and welcome to the Guardian’s live blog on the Ukraine crisis, bringing you all the latest news.I’m Jennifer Rankin and I’ll be bringing you up to date with diplomatic developments for the next few hours.If the west continues its aggressive course, Moscow will take the necessary retaliatory measures. We won’t allow our proposals to be drowned in endless discussions. Continue reading...
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Conor McGregor misses out on title shot as Charles Oliveira takes on Justin Gaethje
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Diageo toasts jump in sales as Britons turn to Guinness
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EU backs down to Hungary despite Orban's clamp down on Brussels in election 'propaganda'
THE EU is backing down from freezing funds to Hungary over legal disputes ahead of the country's April general election.
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Dubai regulator issues massive fine on Abraaj founder
A regulatory body in Dubai is fining the Pakistani-born founder of Abraaj Group a staggering penalty of $135.5 million
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Putin fires starting gun! Ex-US embassy worker arrested in Moscow diplomat row
AN EX-US embassy worker has been arrested in Moscow amid worsening relations between Russia and the West.
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Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Waitrose to continue face mask policy despite end of Plan B
Chains such as Sainsbury's, John Lewis, Waitrose and Morrisons will ask customers to wear masks in their supermarkets despite face coverings no longer being a legal requirement
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'Hero' driver who ran over and killed Maida Vale knifeman breaks silence
Yasmin Chkaifi, 43, suffered multiple stab wounds in Maida Vale, London, before the knifeman - named as former partner Leon McCaskre, 43 - was then hit and killed by a car
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Ex-Man Utd coach claims club "missed trick" by not hiring two Alex Ferguson replacements
Man Utd have tried and failed to replace Sir Alex Ferguson since his retirement in 2013 with his former assistant bemoaning the fact they missed out of Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp
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Teacher goes viral for sharing ‘profound’ answers his six-year-old students give to weekly questions
The questions have become a viral hit with over 138,000 Twitter followers avidly waiting to hear the student’s ‘humorous and profound’ answers.
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Minister has ‘no idea’ when Sue Gray will deliver party report as wait continues
Thérèse Coffey indicates Cabinet is in the dark over report timing
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'Clear blue water between them' Chris Ship warns Queen will shun Andrew from royal life
THE QUEEN has put "clear blue water between the royal family and Andrew," according to ITV's Chris Ship, who suggested the royals will continue to freeze out the Duke of York.
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ITV The Chase's Bradley Walsh apologises as Mark Labbett gives up and storms off set
The ITV quiz show was back on screens on Wednesday night in its usual slot
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No limits on care home visitors from Monday as social care restrictions eased
Self-isolation periods will be reduced for those who test positive
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France's Macron takes own path, seeks dialogue with Russia
French President Emmanuel Macron is pushing for dialogue with Russia, despite signs pointing to a potential war amid escalating tensions surrounding Ukraine
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Meat eating may not have been a big trigger in human evolution as previously thought, study says
Increased evidence of meat eating in Homo erectus explained by greater research of their time period, scientists say
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Maida Vale double death: Hero driver accused of murder speaks for first time
Yasmin Wafah Chkaifi, 43, died following the horrific attack by Leon Mccaskie, 41, despite the efforts of the motorist - named only as 'Abraham' - who ploughed into him in Maida Vale, West London.
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Sandwich-maker Greencore could face rebellion over bonus plans
Firm plans to hand bonuses to executives despite failing to refund near-£30m it received in Covid support Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe sandwich-maker Greencore could face a shareholder rebellion on Thursday over plans to pay out hundreds of thousands of pounds in executive bonuses despite failing to refund any of the near-£30m it received in government Covid support during the pandemic.Investors voting at Greencore’s annual general meeting may heed warnings from the shareholder adviser firms Glass Lewis and ISS, which have suggested they reject Greencore’s remuneration report. Both advisers have raised concerns over the “appropriateness” of Greencore’s bonus payments given its reliance on cash from the government furlough scheme, which subsidised staff salaries with state funds during the Covid outbreak. Continue reading...
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