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Jeremy Hunt has difficult decisions ahead of him on tax cuts

19 January 2024

9:36 PM

19 January 2024

9:36 PM

The Tory party’s plan to further cut taxes in the Spring Budget is not exactly a secret. Still, Jeremy Hunt’s suggestion at Davos that they are indeed coming has sparked imaginations – while his party continues to debate internally where these tax cuts should land.

Speaking on a panel at the World Economic Forum’s conference in Davos, Switzerland, the Chancellor gave his biggest indication yet about his priorities for the upcoming fiscal statement.

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