The Daily Mail - What Would Maggie Say?

The Daily Mail - What Would Maggie Say?

‘I still have a picture of Thatcher in my office’: Sajid Javid insists the Tories ARE still a low-tax party ahead of vote today to land Britons with biggest peacetime tax burden – after Tory revolt on £12bn NI raid to rescue NHS melted away

The Daily Mail: Sajid Javid insisted the Tories are still a low-tax party today as MPs prepare to approve an eye-watering £12billion raid for the NHS and social care.

The Commons is expected to rubber-stamp Boris Johnson’s extraordinary national insurance hike – which pushes the tax burden to the highest in peacetime – in a vote later after the prospect of a revolt melted away.

The Health Secretary was bullish about the move in interviews this morning, arguing that smashing the Conservative manifesto promise was the ‘responsible’ thing to do in the wake of the pandemic.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9968745/MPs-set-approve-eye-watering-12bn-tax-raid-NHS-social-care-TODAY.html

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