Matthew Lesh

How Boris can really tackle the cost of living crisis

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When it comes to addressing the cost of living crisis, the government has, so far, responded with a range of bad solutions. The energy price cap is being increased by £700 per household, interest rates have gone up for a second month in a row and the Bank of England is forecasting a two per cent drop in household incomes in real terms, the worst since records began in 1990.

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