Today, Rishi Sunak suggested that he may have to give the British Third Aid next year, when energy bills will rise.
Chancellor twice refused to rule out a return with another emergency package to ease the pain if it continued.
Just hours after he announced huge support of £ 21 billion as inflation rises and bills rise, Mr Sunak told the BBC: “We are sitting here in May, we don’t know what electricity bills will be in April next year.
“I think people can judge me by my actions over the last couple of years.
“I have always tried to respond to the situation in the country and the economy, we will always do so.”
He said he warned to reassure people that “we will survive this” and inflation will eventually go down.
And he noted that the growth of benefits in line with inflation will give the British an extra hand in the spring of next year, if hopefully it will decline.
Electricity bills are expected to reach a a whopping £ 2,800 in October, said earlier this week – another £ 800.
Mr Sunak said the most vulnerable families would receive an average of £ 1,200 this year, about as much as they plan to increase this year.
But he insisted that it would be “bad” for our children to keep giving money and borrowing more forever.
Yesterday The Chancellor has laid out his second cost of living package in six months to help tough Britons.
Each family will receive £ 400 later this year – which will not be refunded – to ease their bills.
In a huge spend, eight million low-income families will receive a cash payment of £ 650.
Retirees will receive another £ 300 and those on disability benefits will receive another £ 150.