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Boris Johnson predicted that the UK would “become stronger and more prosperous” once cost of living crisis begins facilitate.

In spite of huge hikes in energy pricesin many ways caused war in Ukraine, he also said the West shoulddouble down” on this is support for Kyiv and do not “stagger”.

“It was Putin’s barbarity. invasion what scared the energy markets”, prime minister writes in Mail on Sunday.

“Putin’s war is costing British consumers dearly. That’s why your electricity bills are doubling. I’m afraid Putin knows this. He likes it. us buckle up.”

It comes like prime minister’s likely successor, Liz Truss, is considering cutting VAT at 5% across the board, reports The Telegraph.

A source told Sky News that Ms Truss “will consider options to help people but that would be wrong for her to announce it plans before she was elected prime minister or have seen all the facts.”

The leader in the Tory leadership previously pledged to carry out careful review” of tax system What, too much complicated”.

Advertising photo published by the press service of the President of Ukraine of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (right) during a meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. who It has made unexpected visit to Vladimir Zelensky in Kyiv in support of Ukraine turns 31 of independence from the Soviet Union.  Photo date: Wednesday, August 24, 2022
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Boris Johnson met Vladimir Zelensky in Kyiv on Wednesday

On Saturday, Chancellor Nadhim Zahavi predicted that the British salary of £45,000 will be need government help pay your electricity bills this winter – and not only people on Benefits.

hit more on a positive note, Mr Johnson said the UK’s “rebound” back maybe should to be wonderful and that our future will be golden.

Outgoing prime minister says Great Britain in stronger position, which first be obvious.

It’s because of “long-term decisions including on domestic energy supply,” he writes.

prime minister’s optimism wont help with people electricity bills

Boris Johnson is famous for his optimism but speaking people they will become stronger and more prosperous” from cost of living crisis wont help with your accounts right now.

Unemployment warnings during the pandemic (what he recalls in his article) may not materialize, but the energy limit rise has: most households will have to pay thousands more and accounts most likely rise Even more next year.

this is easier to sound hope when it’s someone else who have to make it difficult decisions: Boris Johnson knows his legacy is likely looming over in next government and he may well go on expounding his views.

Chancellor also colloquial on rising accounts. Nadhim Zahavi warns that middle-income households (like senior nurses and teachers on around £45,000 per annum year) need more help and prices can remain “punitively high” for two years.

The chancellor is persistent and gloomy, unlike Boris Johnson.

But in just over will be in a week new tenants at number 10 and number 11; how in new government deals with in cost of life could well define it and solve it next elections.

Regarding support for Ukraine, Mr. Johnson says “We can’t flinch now.”

“If Putin is allowed to leave with his murder and also mayhem and change the boundaries of Europe by force then he’ll just do it again elsewhere on periphery of in former Soviet Union,” he said. says.

“Another countries learn the lesson that violence and aggression can pay off off and it will announce in a new cycle of political and economic instability”.

The prime minister is coming on: “That’s why we must continue back Ukrainians – and their military success continues to be amazing.

“Vladimir Zelensky has shown that his country is fundamentally invincible.

“Right now for West to double down our support so as not to stagger.”

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