Boris Johnson hints at tax cuts before next general election

Boris Johnson hints at tax cuts before next general election
Boris Johnson hints at tax cuts before next general election
Boris Johnson heaps pressure on Rishi Sunak ahead of autumn Budget as the Prime Minister hints there WILL be tax cuts before the next general election Boris Johnson has hinted there will be tax cuts before the next general election Prime Minister said that he and Rishi Sunak are 'staunch, low-tax conservative' Comments came as Chancellor prepares for his autumn Budget on October 27 

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Boris Johnson has suggested there will be tax cuts before the next general election as he piled the pressure on Rishi Sunak ahead of the autumn Budget later this month. 

The Prime Minister was pushed on if he will ever reverse recent tax hikes and he said 'you can take it that Rishi Sunak is, as indeed am I, is a staunch, low-tax conservative'. 

The comments are likely to be viewed as a signal that the Government will move to ease the tax burden before the nation next goes to the polls, currently scheduled for 2024. 

Boris Johnson has suggested there will be tax cuts before the next general election as he piled the pressure on Rishi Sunak ahead of the autumn Budget

Boris Johnson has suggested there will be tax cuts before the next general election as he piled the pressure on Rishi Sunak ahead of the autumn Budget

The Prime Minister was pushed on if he will ever reverse recent tax hikes and he said 'you can take it that Rishi Sunak is, as indeed am I, is a staunch low-tax conservative'

The Prime Minister was pushed on if he will ever reverse recent tax hikes and he said 'you can take it that Rishi Sunak is, as indeed am I, is a staunch low-tax conservative'

A looming National Insurance rise for millions of workers in April to fund a £12billion boost for health and social care will take the tax burden to record peacetime levels. 

The Government has already committed to increasing corporation tax from the current rate of 19 per cent to 25 per cent in April 2023.      

Tory MPs are pushing the PM and the Chancellor to ease the burden on

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