Immediate Opinion: Britain ‘needs a strong chancellor, not a popular one’

 Immediate Opinion: Britain ‘needs a strong chancellor, not a popular one’

The Week’s daily round-up highlights the five best opinion pieces from across the British and worldwide media, with excerpts from each.1. Rosa Prince in The Daily Telegraphon Rishi’s quandaryIt’s crunch time for Sunak– Britain needs a strong chancellor, not a popular one” Recently’s announcement that defence would get funding at levels beyond that guaranteed in the Tory manifesto was timeless Mr Johnson; how he must have delighted in sending his somewhat side-lined Defence Secretary Ben Wallace out to deal with the media with a spring in his action. Great, too, to inform that NHS employees who conserved his life in April would be spared from a public sector wage freeze, as it was for Mr Sunak to airily state there would be no go back to austerity. And when child Wilfred goes to school, will the PM unexpectedly value the crisis in instructor retention? Or if his moms and dads must be treated in the inadequate social care system, will this Cinderella service lastly, lastly get the attention it deserves? If so, does he actually have the gumption to break Tory MPs’ hearts by acquiring tax increases?”2. Pat Cox, former president of the European Parli
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