Sunak reveals £29.5bn investment in UK sectors at Global Investment Summit

12,000 new jobs

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has unveiled £29.5bn of new investment for UK sectors at the Global Investment Summit at Hampton Court Palace today (27 November).

Projects in tech, life sciences, infrastructure, housing and renewable energy have secured the investments, with funding planned to create more than 12,000 jobs, furthering the government's "levelling up" agenda. Sunak said it was a "huge vote of confidence in the future of the UK economy", adding the government is making Britain the "best place in the world to invest and do business". Autumn Statement 23: Hunt sets out plans to boost business investment by £20bn a year He also pointed to the business tax cuts announced in last week's Autumn Statement as part of his plan to attract...

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