Building a stronger economy for the British people
During yesterday’s Budget he hailed what the Government is already doing to reduce the burden on Brits.
Touting his achievements in office, he boomed: “Fuel duty cut, air passenger duty cut, alcohol duty cut.
“The biggest cut to business rates in 30 years. Growth up, jobs up, wages up, public finances back in a better place.
“More investment in infrastructure, innovation and skills. A pay rise for over two millions people and a £2bn tax cut for the lowest paid.
“This budget helps with the cost of living. This budget levels up to a higher wage, higher skill higher productivity economy.
“This budget builds a stronger economy for the British people.”