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Budget Statement Underway; Hunt: Gov't Can Now Help w/Permanent Tax Cuts

UK

Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt's budget statement is underway in the House of Commons. A livestream of the statement can be found here.

  • Hunt: "we can now help families not just with temporary cost of living support……but with permanent cuts in taxation."
  • Hunt: "But if we want that growth to lead to higher wages and higher living standards... it cannot come from unlimited migration. It can only come by building a high wage, high skill economy. Not just higher GDP but higher GDP per head."
  • Hunt: "Instead of going back to square one, the policies I announce today mean… More investment. More jobs. Better public services. And lower taxes…in a Budget for Long Term Growth"
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Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt's budget statement is underway in the House of Commons. A livestream of the statement can be found here.

  • Hunt: "we can now help families not just with temporary cost of living support……but with permanent cuts in taxation."
  • Hunt: "But if we want that growth to lead to higher wages and higher living standards... it cannot come from unlimited migration. It can only come by building a high wage, high skill economy. Not just higher GDP but higher GDP per head."
  • Hunt: "Instead of going back to square one, the policies I announce today mean… More investment. More jobs. Better public services. And lower taxes…in a Budget for Long Term Growth"