‘Out of control’: what the papers said about government handling of UK’s sterling crisis

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Front pages channel fears about Truss government’s economic strategy after pound sinks to all-time low against the dollar

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currency tumbled as investors lost confidence in the UK’s public finances after last Friday’s mini-budget.leads with “Sterling crisis deepens as Truss’s strategy unravels,” reporting that the government was struggling to prevent a full-scale loss of financial market confidence in its economic strategy.


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