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until a new Prime Minister is chosen by September 2. So for now, the burden of leaning against the imminent downturn is on the MPC's shoulders.

U.K. Documents | 28 June. 2016 Will Higher Inflation Keep Further Monetary Easing at Bay?
The Chancellor indicated yesterday that the current fiscal plans--which set out a 1% of GDP reduction in the structural budget deficit this year--will remain in place until a new Prime Minister is chosen by September 2. So for now, the burden of leaning against the imminent downturn is on the MPC's shoulders.

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28 June. 2016 Will Higher Inflation Keep Further Monetary Easing at Bay?

By Samuel Tombs

The Chancellor indicated yesterday that the current fiscal plans--which set out a 1% of GDP reduction in the structural budget deficit this year--will remain in place until a new Prime Minister is chosen by September 2. So for now, the burden of leaning against the imminent downturn is on the MPC's shoulders.

Posted: 28th Jun 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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