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6th Jul 2022 14:49U.K., Daily Monitor

The potential medium-term gains might make the nearterm stasis caused by a new Tory leader contest worth it.

A more pragmatic approach to E.U. relations would lift exports and capex; supply-side reforms are overdue.

A snap election isn't likely, given the big majority a new leader would inherit and the poor economic backdrop.

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