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UK Inflation May Hit 15% Without Further Energy Support

  • Backtracking on aid plan exposes households to surge in prices
  • Government’s fiscal plan will have a big impact on economy
A customers prepares to pay for goods at the Moor Market in Sheffield, UK.

A customers prepares to pay for goods at the Moor Market in Sheffield, UK.

Photographer: Dominic Lipinski/Bloomberg
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UK inflation could soar to 15% or more early next year unless the government sets out further measures to protect households from a jump in energy bills, economists said.