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24th Feb 2023 16:45U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Northern Ireland accounts for just 2% of U.K. GDP; the Windsor Agreement won’t have a big direct impact...
  • ...But at the margin, it will support business confidence, and removes a hurdle to closer co-operation.
  • Ofgem’s price cap implies subsidising householdsenergy bills will cost the Treasury far less than initially thought.

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