King's Speech: UK inflation control key as pensions and IHT take back seat

Hope Coumbe
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The government will work closely with the Bank of England (BoE) as the UK continues to grapple with a troubled and impressionable economy. Speaking at the State Opening of Parliament today (7 November), King Charles III said the impact of Covid and the war in Ukraine had created "significant long-term challenges" for the UK. In his first King's Speech, he outlined the programme of legislation the government plans to progress in the next parliament session, which is likely to be the last before the next general election. "My ministers will support the BoE to return inflation to targ...

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