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We might have to pick our poison.
Only the government can administer the required medicine of subsidies and price controls.
The standard monthly welfare payment is now £52 lower in real terms than in 2010.
It is not the job of central bankers to bail out a reckless government.
The slide in sterling indicates that traders are cynical about Liz Truss’s big gamble on growth.
Britain does not want the fever of inflation – but it is unprepared for the cure.
The extra bank holiday for the Queen's funeral could cost the British economy £2bn.
Inflation has hit double figures for the first time in 40 years, while the economy is shrinking.