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Tory One Nation group calls on chancellor to cut taxes for workers in budget

Sky News Sunday, 25 February 2024
Jeremy Hunt has been urged to prioritise cutting direct taxes for working people instead of scrapping inheritance tax that benefits "the most wealthy" in his budget next month.
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