Tax Fury Grows Over Tobacco

Smoking bodies have warned that the government’s tobacco tax will hit the most disadvantaged hardest and promote bootlegging, and they said that Rishi Sunak’s plan to increase prices by 88 pence to about £13.60 per pack will leave holes in the wallets of those worst hit by the pandemic. Smoker’s group Forest blasted the moveContinue reading “Tax Fury Grows Over Tobacco”

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The Middle Class Is Squeezed By Rishi Sunak

Experts said that Rishi Sunak tightened his grip on Britain’s squeeze middle with a Budget that will see it bear the brunt of tax increases for a splurge of public spending. Experts warned that millions of people will be left worse off under plans unveiled by the Chancellor, with no realistic prospects of taxes fallingContinue reading “The Middle Class Is Squeezed By Rishi Sunak”

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In His Budget, Rishi Sunak Might Cut The VAT On Household Energy Bills

It was claimed that Rishi Sunak could cut VAT on household energy bills in the Budget to reduce the cost of the living crisis. The Chancellor is thought to be contemplating decreasing the 5 per cent rate even though he’s very little room for manoeuvre in the financial package on October 27. As well asContinue reading “In His Budget, Rishi Sunak Might Cut The VAT On Household Energy Bills”

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Rishi Sunak Confirms Universal Credit Will Be Cut By £20 A Week In October

Rishi Sunak confirmed that Universal Credit will be cut for people across the country in October. During an interview, the Tory Chancellor was questioned about the UK Government’s plans going forward to support more disadvantaged families. He said the £20 a week uplift in the benefit would not be continued beyond the end of SeptemberContinue reading “Rishi Sunak Confirms Universal Credit Will Be Cut By £20 A Week In October”

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