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The Financial Times focuses on a chart used in the Downing Street briefing, which showed that the most recent seven-day average is 45,799 cases. The paper says there was a “sharp change of government tone at the first Downing Street pandemic press conference in five weeks”. Whitehall insiders say the government is “unlikely to consider” rolling out its plan B before mid-November, it adds – after the COP26 conference in Glasgow.

Financial Times Front Page 24th of May 2022

Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor, has directed officials to draw up plans for a possible windfall tax on more than £10bn of excess profits for electricity generators, including wind farm operators, on top of a tax on North Sea oil and gas producers.

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Financial Times Front Page 23rd of May 2022

World leaders will meet for the first time since COVID-19 in Davos this week, warning that globalisation is in reverse.

Global uncertainty is forcing corporate leaders to “grapple with strategic decisions” after supply chain issues, market turmoil and the war in Ukraine.

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