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Controversial UK economic policy: 'Even Conservative MP's themselves are expressing grave doubts'


British Prime Minister Liz Truss said she would stick to her controversial plan to reignite economic growth as she broke her silence on Thursday following nearly a week of chaos in financial markets triggered by her huge tax cuts. For more on Britain's economic turmoil, FRANCE 24 is joined by Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Lancaster University. Professor Ingham asserts that "these are really unprecedented times for us."

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