Boris Johnson has predicted that the UK’s economic recovery from the pandemic will be “stable” over the next year, but warned there would be “roadblocks”. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted that the UK’s economic output could grow 7% this year.
The prime minister is currently suffering from a drop in polls, following his self-isolating U-turn in July.
Like his economic forecast, Johnson expects his approval ratings to be mere “bumps in the road” rather than a long-term decline.
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