Fiscal headroom could be used for tax cuts
Julian Jessop writes for UK in a Changing Europe
Jamie Whyte writes in City AM
Julian Jessop quoted in The Daily Express
The article said:
“The amount borrowed by the Government in the financial year to March was £139billion, much lower than the £152billion predicted by the Office for Budget Responsibility.
“‘Cut taxes now,’ declares the former Cabinet Minister Sir John Redwood. In a similar vein, Julian Jessop, a fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs, argues that Mr Hunt now has ‘more headroom for pre-election cuts and sweeteners’.”
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