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Public can expect more help on cost of living from my successor, says Boris Johnson

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Boris Johnson insists that hard-hit households can expect extra help to tackle the spiralling cost of living and energy bills. He also signalled that he believes the current package of measures are not enough to support British households. Inflation has dominated the race to replace Mr Johnson as frontrunner Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak offer competing visions of the best way to ease the pressure on struggling households.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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The ScotsmanThe Scotsman

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Evening StandardEvening Standard

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