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Lanarkshire MPs call for parliament to be recalled to address cost of living crisis

Lanarkshire Parliamentarians demanded that Boris Johnson bring back Congress to address the growing crisis of living costs.

A call from Congressman Airdrie and Shots Anum Qaisar predicts Britain will be in recession by the end of the year, with rising interest rates and inflation expected to reach 13.3 percent. It has been.

Ofgem recently announced that it will update its price cap every three months instead of quarterly, as energy costs will rise at the fastest rate in 40 years.

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Energy prices are expected to reach an average of £ 4000 per year by January 2023.

According to a recent survey by the National Bureau of Statistics, 87% of adults report that nearly a quarter (cents per 23 people) make regular household payments very difficult or difficult. ..

Kaiser said: In response to the news that Britain is heading into recession, the prime minister must take drastic action to mitigate its effects.

"People can't wait for the new prime minister to implement plans to tackle the cost of living crisis. My Airdley and Shots constituency households are already at the worst level in decades. Faced with inflation and only getting worse.

"Millions of households are predicted that food and heating prices are already unsustainable and will only rise further. Is facing financial difficulties.

"The prime minister naturally resigns, Still, the prime minister is obliged to do everything he can to ease it. Increasing financial pressure on households.

"He recalls parliament, and MPs make our members the most through this crisis. We must allow people to discuss ways they can help well. People can't wait the weeks it takes for the Tory Party to elect a new prime minister. "

Front runners Liz Truss said her big plan to face the crisis was an emergency budget shortly after taking office.

She wants to immediately reverse the increase in national insurance premiums and suspend the green tax on energy tariffs.

Her allies say this allows people to put more money in their pockets.

But when the Foreign Minister said he wanted to reduce the tax burden and help people over the weekend Faced pressure. -And "don't give distribution".

Meanwhile, former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak has announced that he will abolish VAT on energy charges.

Snack supporters say other policies will depend on what happens at energy prices over the next few days. They said he was credible based on his record as prime minister.

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