Russia’s saying full operations will not start again until what the Kremlin calls sanctions by the “collective West” are lifted.
Now, the embryonic Truss government is preparing a package of measures reported to possibly total £100 billion to help UK households and business, but Labour says such a package won’t go far enough, and are repeating calls for even further measures, including a windfall tax on gas, energy and oil giants enjoying bumper profits.
To discuss future challenges on the horizon and Boris Johnson’s economic legacy, we’re joined by the Evening Standard’s political editor Nic Cecil at Parliament and Jonny Marshall, a senior economist at London’s Resolution Foundation.
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