We'll bring to a close today's live page on the looming recession in the UK.
But before we go here are the key headlines of the day:
- Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has defended its interest rate rise to 1.75% yesterday, saying there is a real risk of soaring prices becoming "embedded"
- The UK is forecast to fall into recession this year, with the longest downturn since 2008 predicted
- Our experts - Simon Read, Dharshini David and Beth Timmins - have been answering your questions on what it mean for workers, homeowners, families and businesses
- "Many more billions [will be needed] to support households" through current inflation rates, Paul Johnson, a leading economist and director of the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies, told the BBC
- The supporters of the two contenders to become our next PM have continued to disagree over how to combat the UK's soaring inflation and recession threat
This afternoon's Your questions answered special page was written by Jack Burgess, Sam Hancock, Catherine Evans, Adam Durbin, Jo Couzens and James Fitzgerald. The editors were Andrew Humphrey, Nathan Williams, Chris Giles and James Harness.