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A picture of the container blockage at Felixstowe makes the front of the Financial Times. But the paper’s top story is on a forecast from the International Monetary Fund, warning the UK economy will take longer to recover from the Covid crisis than any other country in the G7 group of rich nations. The paper says the “large scars to the British economy” will force Chancellor Rishi Sunak to use the money from new taxes to recover from the pandemic, rather than improving health and social care.

Financial Times Front Page 19th of July 2024

Senior Democratic figures, including former President Obama and Speaker Pelosi, are raising doubts about President Biden’s viability in the upcoming White House race due to concerns over his re-election prospects and the impact on Senate seats.

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