BORIS Johnson and Rishi Sunak have issued a joint pledge to cut tax on business this autumn in a bid to get Britain on the road to recovery.
Writing exclusively for The Sun on Sunday, the two most powerful men in government insist they are entirely focused on steering Britain out of economic crisis.
In their joint article, they outline how they will fix the problems in the energy and housing markets, make the country more productive — and create better jobs and higher wages.
They admit: “The coming months will not be easy, and we should not pretend otherwise.
“But together we will steer our way through these global economic headwinds, rebuilding and growing the economy, with . . . a brighter future for you and your family.”