Rishi Sunak: tax rises necessary to pay for pandemic spending

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    The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, said the public finances needed to be ‘brought back under control’ after spending over £400bn during the pandemic. A raise in corporation tax for large companies and a freeze on personal tax thresholds to prevent cuts to public services and jobs was ‘fair’, Sunak said

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