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05/10/2022 02:12:29
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BBC Politics
05/10/2022 02:12:22
PM faces pressure to see benefits rise with prices But Liz Truss says a decision hasn't been made, as the issue dominates the Tory party conference.
Raising state pension age not ruled out Related content
Disruption will be worth it for growth, says Truss Liz Truss will use her first conference speech as prime minister to explain her economic policies.
Rebellion in the air over possible benefit squeeze Some Tory MPs are clear they will not back a move to end the link between benefits and inflation.
Increasing state pension age not ruled out PM Liz Truss is considering options to help pay for her tax cuts, growth and bills help package.
I'm still pro-lower tax for high earners - PM But Liz Truss says she is not currently contemplating trying again to get rid of the 45p tax rate.
Braverman promises asylum seeker law changes The home secretary tells the Conservative party conference she will make the Rwanda asylum plan "work".
Train firms must compromise over strikes - minister Transport Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan says all sides need to get together to find a solution.
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