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10th May 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

Local election results imply the Tories are not on track to win in 2024, unless they turn the economy around.

Currently planned measures to support households in July and October are too small to move the dial.

Bringing forward April 2023's inflation-linked rise in benefits to October would be simple and well-targeted.

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