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How will Boris Johnson 'energise' the economy?

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How will Boris Johnson 'energise' the economy?

How will Boris Johnson 'energise' the economy?

"The campaign is over and the work begins," - declared Boris Johnson, promising to energise the country.

How will he 'energise' the economy, which has fallen from the top to the bottom of the league of G7 leading economies since the Brexit vote?

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