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New UK PM Truss says she will 'take action this week' on energy crisis


New British Prime Minister Liz Truss says she will "take action this week" on the energy crisis in the United Kingdom, as Britons tighten their belts in response to double-digit inflation and soaring energy costs. SOUNDBITE

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