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Tory MPs in the North call on Johnson and Sunak not to raise business taxes in Budget

Sky News Thursday, 25 February 2021
Tory MPs in the North call on Johnson and Sunak not to raise business taxes in BudgetBoris Johnson has been told not to raise business taxes in next week's Budget by Tory MPs in the North - as new Conservatives MPs told Sky News they "won't be here in four years' time" if he doesn't deliver funding for major projects.
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Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds questioned why Rishi Sunak was not in the Commons to answer an urgent question regarding the Greensill lobbying controversy.

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Rishi Sunak summoned to parliament to explain Greensill-Cameron ordeal

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Record level of Scottish drug deaths 'not acceptable', says Sturgeon

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Lobbying rules are 'pretty good' and Cameron didn't do anything wrong - minister

David Cameron did not do anything wrong when lobbying for Greensill Capital and "meticulously observed the rules", the environment secretary has told Sky News.
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