Today a pre-briefing on what Boris Johnson plans to say to the Cabinet about the cost of living crisis was released. He wants them to brainstorm ideas to ease the pain felt by the British public in the face of rising prices of food and energy. The catch, is these have to be non-fiscal ways.
Isabel Hardman talks to Katy Balls and James Forsyth about how effective these plans could be and how they may be received by the voters.
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