Rishi Sunak ‘to announce large package of measures to combat the cost-of-living crisis on Thursday’

Rishi Sunak appears poised to announce a ‘multibillion package’ of cost-of-living countermeasures just a day after Sue Gray’s Partygate report is published.

The chancellor is due to meet with Prime Minister Boris Johnson to sign off on the rumoured £10bn package, which could include a windfall tax on energy giants and financial assistance for those struggling with surging fuel bills.

Whitehall insiders have suggested Thursday as a possible date for an announcement on fresh action designed to ease the pain felt by British families. 

Mr Johnson is reportedly keen to announce the new spending package before Parliament breaks up for its 11-day Whitsun recess, which comes the day after Ms Gray’s report is due to be released in full.

The PM is again fighting for his political life after visual evidence of lockdown breaches in Downing Street started to emerge – with more expected in the senior civil servant’s full report as early as tomorrow. 

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