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6th Jun 2022 22:20U.K., Daily Monitor

The PM still won't be safe if he wins the confidence vote; rule changes or a recall petition could remove him.

A change of leader would raise the chances of a general election, which might weigh on business investment.

But the economic outlook will improve if a successor is constructive with the E.U. and on supply-side reforms.

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