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Scrap tax cuts to boost public sector pay, say ministers

Shared from on 4 July 2017

Ministers are pushing to delay or abandon a series of tax cuts to fund an increase in public sector pay.

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Hammond hints tax pledge may be dropped

Shared from on 21 April 2017

The chancellor has given a major hint that he is no fan of the 2015 Tory manifesto pledge not to raise income tax, national insurance or VAT.

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Hammond was right to raise tax for self-employed, inquiry to say

Shared from on 31 March 2017

Official review favours chancellor’s aborted budget pledge and levelling of taxation for different class of workers, MPs told

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Hammond was right to raise tax for self-employed, inquiry to say

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Official review favours chancellor’s aborted budget pledge and levelling of taxation for different class of workers, MPs told

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Hammond was right to raise tax for self-employed, inquiry to say

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Official review favours chancellor’s aborted budget pledge and levelling of taxation for different class of workers, MPs told

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Hammond’s right – National Insurance is crying out for reform

Shared from on 17 March 2017

Politicians used to be made of sterner stuff. Time was that they would announce a tax increase in the Budget in the full knowledge that those whom it hurt would cause an outcry. That vintage of chancellor thought through policy in advance to sa...

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Bogus self-employment exploits workers and scams the taxman

Shared from on 14 March 2017

Philip Hammond’s national insurance tax grab is a bad idea, but it has highlighted the rise of precarious employment and uneven taxation

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Families could lose up to 16% of income after national insurance changes

Shared from on 13 March 2017

Study finds self-employed single parent of two on £10,000 faces losing thousands due to rise in NICs and cuts to universal credit

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