Member of Parliament for Richmond (Yorks). Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Joined on 3 September, 2019
Our #PlanForJobs reforms will ensure everyone can get the skills they need to find a good job or progress in their career, whatever their age and wherever they live.
These landmark reforms will help transform post-16 education and training, boost skills and get more people into work. #PlanForJobs
For our second virtual #PlanForJobs panel, we're going to be talking about how government support has helped entrepreneurs and innovators adapt over the last year.
Got a question? Leave it in the comments below this post or tune into the live YouTube event at 2:30pm on Thursday.
Huge congratulations to Cath Muir for receiving a Points of Light Award from @RishiSunak on behalf of @BorisJohnson. 🎉👏
Cath has raised £60,000 for #MND charities since her own diagnosis in 2014 and has fed 100s in her community during #COVID19. Watch👇🏾
Today Prime Minister @borisjohnson officially launched the UK’s G7 Presidency. We will use our Presidency of this unique forum of democratic nations to lead the world and #BuildBackBetter from coronavirus 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇩🇪🇫🇷🇮🇹🇯🇵🇨🇦🇪🇺 #G7UK
The UK is taking on the Presidency at a critical time for the world and our economies.
I look forward to working with my fellow Finance Ministers to ensure we build back better from this crisis, spreading economic growth fairly across all regions and supporting jobs.
At the Spending Review in November we committed over £1bn to fill thousands of potholes and repair hundreds of miles of local roads. #NationalPotholeDay
At the last budget we put aside enough to fill 50 million potholes by the end of the Parliament.
So enjoy #NationalPotholeDay before they're all gone...🕳️
Join the Chancellor @RishiSunak for our first virtual #PlanForJobs panel, talking about the benefits of apprenticeships.
Got a question about apprenticeships? Leave it in the comments below this post or tune into the live YouTube event at 12.30pm on Thursday.
I'll be speaking to CEOs and apprentices live online tomorrow.
Leave a question below and look out for the link at 12.30pm to watch #PlanForJobs
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