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Results aim to reflect a midway point between the highs of 2021 and the last pre-Covid year, 2019.
Half of Britain's lines are shut and some places have no trains at all, as 45,000 workers walk out.
Slashing taxes would add to pressures on public finances unless spending is also cut, the IFS warns.
Prices climb 10.1% in the year to July as the cost of food, household goods and holidays soars.
Police say the attack on Thomas O'Halloran, 87, in west London was an act of unprovoked violence.