The UK needs to ‘undo tragic mistakes of the past,’ says Boris Johnson

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the UK needs to “undo the tragic mistakes of the past” and greenlight nuclear energy”.

His statements came following questioning on the cost of living crisis.

The PM also went on to say, “we’re doing everything we can – there’s more money coming. And there will be further help coming in October and in the new year.”

His referral to the help in Autumn comes after he told energy bosses at a Downing Street summit that it will be for the next PM to make “significant fiscal decisions”.

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