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Truss Spending May Contribute to £60 Billion Shortfall, FT Says

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The UK faces a £60 billion ($69 billion) shortfall by the middle of the decade from a combination of inflation, the rising cost of government debt and the spending plans of Liz Truss, who is favorite to be named the country’s next prime minister on Monday, the Financial Times reported.