Economic Stability At Heart Of Mission, Sunak Tells Cabinet

Rishi Sunak said that “economic stability and fiscal sustainability would be at the heart” of his government’s mission, according to a read-out from his first cabinet meeting.

He opened by noting the “wide range of experience that had been gathered” and stressed that the government would need to take some “very difficult decisions, but the government would also act with compassion, protecting the most vulnerable, and would continue to seek long-term growth”.

According to the read-out, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt stressed that economic stability and credibility were the essential foundations for all other policies.

Foreign Secretary James Cleverly then updated cabinet on the international situation and the continued threat posed by Russia’s escalation.

Home Secretary Suella Braverman spoke about ongoing work to tackle illegal immigration, the read-out said.

Sunak said this was a complex and challenging issue but that the public rightly expected the government to find a “long-lasting solution”.

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