UK: MP Robert Largon expresses pleasure over government’s plan to reduce inflation level


British Conservative Politician and Member of Parliament for High Peak, Robert Largon, expresses his happiness and pleasure over the successful and effective working of the Government of the United Kingdom that led to the efficient falling of the inflation level in the country.

The Member of Parliament, Robert Largon, shared that the Government is rightly continuing the plan to halve inflation by the end of the year and by following the Prime Minister’s five priorities to halve inflation: to grow the economy, reduce debt, cut waiting lists, and stop the boats.


As per the information shared by MP Robert, The latest economic growth projections from the IMF show that the UK economy is far more resilient than many have claimed, with more robust growth expected than in Germany, Italy or France.

The IMF agree that we have acted decisively to tackle inflation, but as we all know, food prices are rising far too fast.
Everything the Government is doing now is through the prism of controlling inflation to ease the cost of living.

That is why the Government of the United Kingdom continues to be responsible with the public finances, working with the Bank of England to bring down the inflation rate while supporting households with the cost of living by holding down bills through the Energy Price Guarantee and freezing fuel duty. This is alongside over £3,000 cost of living support per household.

Meanwhile, MP Robert shared the need to deliver on long-term reforms, especially in education, skills and apprenticeships. And must rebalance the nation’s economy from relying on financial services and cheap foreign labour. That means investing in infrastructure in places like High Peak.

MP Robert expressed his pleasure and remarked on the hard work the Government of these nations has paid off to successfully get the £ 137 million upgrade of the Hope Valley railway line and continue to work to get the Mottram Bypass built (despite the shameless opposition from Glossop Labour Party).

Further, he added that There’s much more to do and a long way to go, but these latest economic figures show that the Government’s plan is correct.


Share post:



More like this

UK: MP Michael Ellis hosts Q&A Session at Headlands School, Thorplands Academy, expresses gratitude

British Conservative Party Politician and Member of Parliament for Northampton, North, hosted Q&A Session with Pupils Prepped by Laura Kuenssberg at both Headlands School and at Thorplands Academy, who had previously attended a seminar with the senior BBC journalist Laura Kuenssberg discussing how to interview political figures.

Vision Coaching to host Ayrshire Summer Camp 2023 for kids aged 5-14

Vision Coaching's Ayrshire Summer Camp 2023 is set to provide an exciting and educational experience for children aged 5 to 14. Running from Monday, July 3rd, 2023, to Friday, August 11th, 2023, at the Cambusdoon Sports Club, this multi-sports camp guarantees high-quality activities and instruction.

UK: MP Robert Largan Opposes Asylum Dispersal Center Plan for Buxton

Britsh Conservative Party Politician and Member of Parliament for High Peak in the United Kingdom, Robert Largan, shared the news of discussions that are being made between the University of Derby and High Peak Labour Council for converting the High Peak Halls in Buxtton into a large-scale Asylum Dispersal Centre.

Dominica: Minister Melissa Skerrit inspires National Assessment Champions students for exams

The Housing Minister of Dominica, Melissa Skerrit, visited the students from her National Assessment Champions class who will be sitting exams to give a pep talk and provide supplies required for the exams along with a few treats. Minister Skerrit encouraged students and wished them luck for their upcoming exams.