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Conservative leadership election: why tax cuts are an economic gamble

By Alan Shipman, Senior Lecturer in Economics, The Open University
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Always keen to be identified as the party of low taxation, the Conservatives won the 2019 general election on a promise not to raise income tax, VAT or national insurance. So last year’s national insurance increase was bound to rankle, even though it could feasibly be blamed on the huge costs of COVID.

Now that the Tories are choosing a new leader, it seems that all of the candidates…The Conversation

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