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Tory MP warns Boris Johnson a replacement for ex-ethics adviser Lord Geidt is needed – UK politics live

John Penrose, who recently quit as PM’s anti-corruption champion, says it is important not to ‘leave really quite damaging questions dangling’

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Business minister Paul Scully said he wants “to get back to being a low-tax government”.

The Conservative told LBC:

I want to get back to being a low-tax government trusting people to spend their own money.

However, we put 408 billion into the economy over Covid – that does give us 408 billion reasons to get this next bit right, to make sure that the gains that we had protecting livelihoods and businesses don’t get lost in these headwinds that are with us.

We are trying to do everything we can to tackle the cost of living issue. This is a global situation.

We have got to do everything we can to weather that storm.

The government can’t solve every problem.

It will not be able to save every business and work with everybody’s individual costs but we will do everything we can within the remit of keeping public finances tight as well.

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