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26th May 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

The £15B support package is hefty, timely and targeted; it offsets most of October’s £24B energy bill rise.

The extra cash likely will lift GDP by 0.7% in the second half of this year; this matters for monetary policy.

Strikes will become more common over the coming months, but won’t tip the balance towards recession.

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