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3rd Jan 2023 15:58U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Public borrowing is on track to undershoot the OBR’s forecast by about £5B this year...
  • ...and by a larger £10B or so in 2023/24, thanks partly to the sharp fall in wholesale energy prices.
  • Scrapping April’s rise in consumer energy bills now looks affordable, as this would cost around £10B.

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