The announcement came during the Conservative Party conference in Manchester amid a list of other things the Prime Minister pledged to inject much-needed funding into. Among them, the NHS, schools and the police, as well as a promise that more action would be taken to freeze fuel duty or even reduce it.
Speaking on the BBC’s Today Programme on Tuesday, Mr Johnson said he wanted to increase workers’ wages while keeping tax to a minimum in order to put the UK’s population in a better position.
Mr Johnson also said his government wants a “high wage, low tax economy”, according to The Sun.
When asked if his comments related to slashing income tax, Mr Johnson said: “We’ve got a budget to deliver, you