Boris scrambles for cost-of-living crisis cures in brainstorming session with ministers

Boris Johnson is scrambling for cost-of-living crisis cures today after a brainstorming session with top ministers.

The PM is mulling proposals to loosen childcare rules and make MoTs two-yearly as he faces huge pressure from Tory MPs and Labour for more action.

Downing Street said he urged senior ministers including Rishi Sunak and Michael Gove to ‘go faster’ and be ‘as creative as possible’ in devising measures to ease the squeeze.

No10 insisted Mr Johnson would be saying more on the issue…

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