Account emergency, maxi-intervention worth 100 billion in the UK: frozen price increases

Account emergency, maxi-intervention worth 100 billion in the UK: frozen price increases

Liz Truss is the new prime minister of the United Kingdom after Queen Elizabeth II, during her meeting at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, asked her to form a new government. Truss, 47, took office during the choreographic ceremony, which took place the day after she was elected leader of the Conservative Party. His predecessor Boris Johnson formally resigned during an audience with the monarch that took place shortly before again at Balmoral and his resignation was accepted by Elizabeth.

“The new Prime Minister Truss and her government will do anything to help people overcome this energy crisis. We will come out stronger”, declares the outgoing British Prime Minister, who reached out to Truss in the emergency bills. “The UK will continue to have the strength to give people the money they need to overcome this energy crisis caused by Vladimir Putin’s fierce war. If Putin thinks he can succeed in blackmailing or mistreating the British people, then he is delusional” Johnson’s farewell message.

In fact, Truss has already prepared a plan that will allow families to deal with the increases due to the energy crisis. According to the Times, the Conservative leader’s maneuver foresees the ‘freezing’ of accounts for British families who, already in the next canteens, will face an increase of about 80% unless there is an intervention against the increases. The estimated cost of the operation will be around 90 billion pounds, around 104 billion euros. According to the BBC, the cost of household bills is expected to be ‘frozen’ for around 18 months.

Source: IL Tempo

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