PM refuses to be drawn on further Government action to tackle cost-of-living crisis

Boris Johnson refused to be drawn on what further action the Government might take to address the cost-of-living crisis. Asked during a visit to Stoke-on-Trent what more he thinks needs to be done, he told broadcasters: “In July, for instance, what’s already happening is that … there is going to be the tax cut for everybody on, or 70% of people, on national insurance, that’s probably worth about £330.

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