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Rishi Sunak insists taxes are lowering and that is fairest way out of the pandemic

Sky News Thursday, 28 October 2021
Rishi Sunak has said his intent as chancellor is to "lower taxes for people" and insisted that was the fairest way of coming out of the pandemic.
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