Kwarteng Trying to Head Off Tory Rebellion Over Tax Cut

Kwarteng trying to head off tory rebellion over tax cut

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UK Prime Minister Liz Truss says the controversial decision to remove the country’s top tax rate was taken by her chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng. That comes as the leadership tries to head of a potential rebellion by Conservative Party MPs. Rosalind Mathieson reports on Bloomberg Television.

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