April’s National Insurance hike must be scrapped
Kristian Niemietz referenced in the Evening Standard
Len Shackleton comments for BBC News
Matthew Lesh writes for The Telegraph
“The national insurance rise, scheduled from April, will put 1.5 per cent on both employer and employee contributions. It will cost the average taxpayer around £270 per year – a serious sum in the context of skyrocketing energy prices and rising inflation on food and other essentials.”
“economic growth is the most effective way to boost tax revenues to spend on services, lower taxes for citizens and reduce national debt to GDP…Embarrassingly for Boris Johnson, Labour is now making precisely this point. “The tax burden is the highest for 70 years,” said shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves on Friday.”
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