Spending review: Sunak gears up for ‘infrastructure revolution’

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out how the government intends to deliver a “once-in-a-generation investment in infrastructure” of £100bn capital expenditure in roads, rail, housing, schools and hospitals, underpinned by a new infrastructure strategy and bank.

by Rachel Salvidge
Chancellor Rishi Sunak. Photograph: NurPhoto/Getty Images
Chancellor Rishi Sunak. Photograph: NurPhoto/Getty Images

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