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Truss Meeting With OBR Ends With No Sign of Policy U-Turn

  • Government faced intense criticism for avoiding OBR scrutiny
  • Truss held talks with fiscal watchdog amid tax cuts fallout
Chair of the OBR, Richard Hughes, left, Andy King, center, and Professor David Miles depart Downing Street after a meeting with Liz Truss on Sept. 30.

Chair of the OBR, Richard Hughes, left, Andy King, center, and Professor David Miles depart Downing Street after a meeting with Liz Truss on Sept. 30.

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Prime Minister Liz Truss’s government signaled it’s sticking with its plan for tax cuts after a meeting with the UK’s fiscal watchdog, dashing market expectations that a policy U-turn might be imminent.