The prime minister risks the future of the Conservative government if he fails to deliver on an election pledge of economic support for northern England.
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Rishi Sunak said that the British economy is going through a "more permanent adjustment" and what happens now "must be different from what came before."
May says she wants to help those who are just managing to get by.
The real economic impact will not be felt until more is known about the Brexit deal.
Economists may have overstated the economic downfall post-Brexit.
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Inflation at record low as oil prices fall, increasing spending power and cutting manufacturing costs.
The Office for Budget Responsibility has warned of the proposed changes to public spending.
New inflation data also shows change in media consumption, with online music and games subscriptions included.
The proposed merger saw Poundland's shares jump 9% and could see a 50% increase in sales.
According to a report, public expenditure will fall by £23.5 billion by 2019-20, its lowest level in 80 years
There is wide public support for making the likes of Amazon and Facebook pay their tax