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16th Mar 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • We expect the OBR to revise up its "pre-measures"2022/23 public borrowing forecast by £3B to £86B...
  • ...But Mr. Sunak's headroom in meeting his three-year ahead rules will not decline; inflation will ease in time.
  • The Chancellor, however, will want to preserve this headroom to cut taxes just before the next election.

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