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Rishi Sunak is UK's new finance minister

IndiaTimes Thursday, 13 February 2020
British PM Boris Johnson has appointed Rishi Sunak as his new finance minister on Thursday. This follows the surprise resignation of Sajid Javid during a ministerial reshuffle. First elected to parliament in 2015, Sunak, previously served as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, the second in command to the finance minister, overseeing public spending.
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