As UK Heads for Recession, Here's Who Could Control Its Finances – Bloomberg

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The Palace of Westminster, the meeting place of the Houses of Parliament, in London.

The next UK prime minister takes charge in September facing a brutal economic storm, heaping intense scrutiny on their pick for Chancellor of the Exchequer.
With the Bank of England predicting inflation topping 13% in the fall and a recession lasting through 2023, the next incumbent of 11 Downing Street will be under immediate pressure to ease the biggest squeeze on living standards in decades and kick-start growth.


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