PM urges Cabinet to step up work on cheap solutions to cost-of-living crisis on Stoke ‘away-day’

Cabinet ministers are heading to Stoke-on-Trent for an away-day as Boris Johnson urged Whitehall departments to renew efforts to find ‘innovative’ ways to support Britons through the cost-of-living crisis.

Their visit to Staffordshire comes amid grim economic warnings as official figures showed the UK economy plunged into the red in March.

It has fuelled further fears of recession and Chancellor Rishi Sunak this morning admitted the country faces ‘anxious times’.

There is already huge pressure…

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