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23rd Feb 2023 16:27U.K., Daily Monitor

  • The medium-term borrowing plans must be credible; markets will baulk at big unspecified spending cuts.
  • Mr. Hunt probably can scale back April’s fuel duty rise and fund slightly more generous public sector pay rises...
  • ...But he will shun other measures that permanently boost borrowing; reducing the EPG is not a given either.

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