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Poll finds voters believe LABOUR is more likely to cut taxes


Tory tax alarm as poll finds voters believe LABOUR is more likely to reduce the eye-watering burden

  • Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt under pressure from Tory MPs over tax burden
  • PM and Chancellor resisting early tax cuts saying inflation must come down first 

Tories tax nerves were fueled today as a shock poll found voters believe Labour is more likely to cut the burden.

Rishi Sunak and Chancellor Jeremy Hunt have been facing growing calls from MPs for early action to reduce levies on individuals and businesses.

However, the Treasury has all-but ruled out action in the Budget in March – with warnings that cuts could only be announced in the Autumn if inflation has been slashed.  

The Savanta research for the Sunday Telegraph found 49 per…



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