The candidate of the Tory leadership will set up a 10-point plan, which includes the Cobra-style committee to prepare Whitehall and keep the UK open for business in the event of the United Kingdom being under the influence of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
“You can not leave the European Union on a wing and a prayer,” he says. “Britain deserves better.”
“If you are a sheep farmer in Sharpshayer or a fisherman in Peterhead, then I have a simple message for you – I know that if you have to leave the EU without a deal, then I will have to face uncertainty,” that couple Will give
“I will reduce the effect of no-deal breaksit on you and help to make those short-term difficulties smooth.”
“If we can do for the bankers in financial crisis, then we can do it for our fishermen, farmers and small businesses.”
In the UK and outside plans to carry out cargo, including emergency powers, so that the national coordination of the ports and airports will lead, it will lead a new national logistics committee led by the Department of Transportation.
A non-deal brextit budget should be prepared, which includes corporation tax deduction upto 12.5%, increasing annual allowance up to £ 5m and extract 90% of high street businesses out of the rates.
Mr. Hunt is expected to say this: “Britain deserves a leader who works tirelessly to get a deal, but who is ready to work hard to prepare without any deal.”
He will emphasize that he would like to leave the EU with the “new deal” to the EU which removes the Irish backstop and ensures a completely independent trade policy, which he will say “possible” if the commission is good Engage in faith “.
According to Health Secretary and associate Matt Hancock, Boris Johnson, the rival of Mr. Hunt’s leadership, will end the public sector payments.
Mr. Hunt made an enemy in the NHS when he put new contracts on junior doctors in 2016, and since its foundation, he managed the slowest period of investment in the NHS.
Mr Johnson’s supporters have gone to redeem the weakness, Mr. Hancock told the Times that the public sector workers would get “proper” salary increase under Mr. Johnson.
Mr. Hancock said: “Now when money is available, we need to show some love to the public sector – they do a great job for the country,”
“People in the public sector need to be rewarded properly for their glorious job.
“Higher pay means higher salary, no increment for everyone in the public sector.”
Before 2017, a two-year public sector pay-scrip was frozen under David Cameron before the caps were applied at 1% for 1 year under measures of penance.
Mr. Hancock said that he had given 8% salary hikes to junior doctors in many years and claimed that “the days of wage freeze have ended”.
However, a spokesman for the Royal College of Nursing, which represents more than 300,000 nursing staff in England, said that the hot words would not help pay the workers’ bills, whose salaries are still behind a decade earlier. Were.