‘People should keep more of their own money’: Liz Truss wants tax cuts

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‘People should keep more of their own money’: Liz Truss wants tax cuts | While Liz Truss is against a tax hike, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab warned her that the Foreign Secretary’s plan for emergency tax cuts is an `electoral suicide note´.

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