Public Can Expect More Help on Cost of Living From Next PM, Says Boris Johnson – Bloomberg

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Boris Johnson insisted on Friday that hard-hit households can expect extra help to tackle the spiralling cost of living and energy bills, regardless of who succeeds him as Prime Minister.
He also signalled that he believes the current package of measures are not enough to support British households amid a worsening economic outlook.


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