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23rd Nov 2021 18:00U.K., Economic Monitor

  • Rising interest payments are slowing the rate that public borrowing is falling.
  • Fiscal headroom probably will be just half that assumed in the October Budget
  • …But Mr. Sunak still will have a free hand in signing off pre-election tax cuts in 2023.

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